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Danny Alias (Duane Scott Cerny) is an American house music artist and playwright born in Norridge, Illinois. In 1984, he co-founded Persona Records with David Bell and released the single "Civil Defense," an early example of Chicago house music which was played by DJ Ron Hardy. The label went on to release the first two singles by Jamie Principle and Frankie Knuckles: "Waiting on My Angel" and Your Love. In 2012, "Civil Defense" was re-issued on Kill the DJ, a French label founded by DJ Ivan Smagghe.
In 1990, Alias created Chicago's Broadway Antique Market, a 20,000 square-foot multi-dealer shop specializing in mid-century modern collectibles.
Alias has also written two LGBT comedic spoofs, "Mrs. Hyde and the Case of the Gaslight Buggerings," which debuted at the Athenaeum Theatre in 2009, and "The Bloody Fabulous Curse of Dragula," which debuted at Mary's Attic Theatre in 2010.
-  discography at Discogs
-  Broadway Antique Market
-  home tour at Apartment Therapy
-  "Traces of a Man Who Disappeared" personal essay in The New York Times
- , Wax Poetics Issue 53. Retrieved on 06 May 2014.
- , Kill the DJ press release. Retrieved on 06 May 2014.
- , Maine Antique Digest, May 2011. Retrieved on 06 May 2014.
- , Mrs. Hyde and the Case of the Gaslight Buggerings - Chicago Reader review.
- ,"The Bloody Fabulous Curse of Dragula" - Chicago Reader review.
- ,"The Bloody Fabulous Curse of Dragula" - Chicago Theater Beat review.
- ,"The Bloody Fabulous Curse of Dragula" - Centerstage review.
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