Susan Cinoman is a playwright, published and produced internationally. For television, she is the creator of the recurring character, Miss Cinoman on ABC’s, The Goldbergs, and wrote the story for Mama Drama , featured on the comedy. Her one- act play, Fitting Rooms, Applause Books, Best Short Plays of 1996 is produced internationally. Off Broadway productions include, Cinoman and Rebeck, Gin and Bitters and Out of the Blues all produced at Miranda Theatre. One acts include Beds at City Wrights, Miami. And Sweet Sand produced by Ensemble Studio Theatre. Cinoman’s first published prose, McKenna on the Half Shell appears in Seven Deadly Sins published by Harvardwood/The Harvard Review. Her new play, Guenevere is being developed at the Ivoryton Playhouse Women’s Playwright Initiative. Another new play, Hungarian Comedy is being developed with Marsha Mason for a Broadway production. Cinoman is the recipient of the Maxell Anderson Playwright’s Prize, Theatre Ariel Award, Best Connecticut Filmmaker 2008, Best Narrative Screenplay, New England Film and Video Festival, Selection Berkshire International Film Festival, Aristos Scholarly Prize
In the Golden Age of Broadway, the 1940's, an insecure and failing playwright, Cathy Libby, becomes wildly successful when she disguises herself as an aggressive, cutthroat agent of her own creation,Helen Verkin.