Jerome Coopersmith

Jerome Coopersmith

JEROME COOPERSMITH (Author) is a prize-winning dramatist whose musical play BAKER STREET (Sherlock Holmes set to music) earned him a Tony Nomination as Author of Best Musical. Also on Broadway: THE APPLE TREE, well remembered for its Diary of Adam and Eve starring Alan Alda.. Off-Broadway: THE MYSTERY OF ANNA O, MATA HARI, and the York Theatre s concert revival of BAKER STREET. Regional theatre: HAVEN (Los Angeles, 2001) and REFLECTIONS OF A MURDER, a thriller which won the Charlotte Repertory Theatre s New Plays in America competition, and was produced by the Arena Players Repertory Theatre on Long Island. His play ELEANOR was selected by the Smithsonian Institution to be performed in Washington DC in conjunction with the Eleanor Roosevelt Centennial. He has written extensively for television, including anthology dramas, episodic series (HAWAII 5-O and SPENSER FOR HIRE) plus specials and movies for all the networks. His TV movies include THE CRADLE WILL FALL and AN AMERICAN CHRISTMAS CAROL starring Henry Winkler. He received the Robert E. Sherwood Award for television writing, and won first prize in Massachusetts State College national playwriting competition. As an Adjunct Professor, he has lectured at colleges in the New York area. He is a member of the Dramatists Guild and the Writers Guild of America, East.

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