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  Susan Cinoman is a playwright and screenwriter whose work is published and produced internationally. She began as a comedy writer and performer in the all woman comedy group, “The Soubrettes,” in Philadelphia, and had a hit song on local radio, “Bimbo Rap.”


  For television, Susan created the recurring character of Miss Cinoman on the ABC hit, "The Goldbergs," and continues to contribute to write and contribute to both "The Goldbergs, " and its 90's Spin-Off  "Schooled." 

   Stage productions include,  “Gin and Bitters”  and "Cinoman and Rebeck" both produced Off Broadway by Miranda Theatre Company.  Numerous workshop productions of plays were produced at The Ensemble Studio Theatre, Naked Angels, Creative Voices and The Cherry Lane Theatre in NYC. 

   Susan's play, "Beds," and her play, "Truth and Sex," were  made into short films by Akvarious Productions in Mumbai, India. "Beds" has been produced nationally by the Secret Rose Theatre in Los Angeles, Citywrights Summer Festival of Plays in Miami, and Four Points Theatre in Boston. It was called “a surreal and witty take on infidelity” by Miami critics. “Sweet Sand,” produced by Ensemble Studio Theatre, has been recently published. Other published works include "The Bull," "Truth and Sex," and "Little Sins." 


  Two of Ms. Cinoman's plays are available as films, "All Me, All the Time," and "Love and Class in Connecticut," which was the recipient of The Best Connecticut Filmmaker Award in 2009, The Best Narrative Film at the New England Film and Video Festival, an Official Selection by The International Berkshire Film Festival.

  Other awards include The Maxwell Anderson Playwrights Prize, Theatre Ariel Award, Ivoryton Womens Playwright Iniative, and the Guilford Prize in Drama for Guenevere.

 Cinoman is a proud member of  The Writers Guild of America East, Honro Roll!

and the League of Professional Theatre Women.

  Susan lives with her husband in Connecticut. They have two daughters, a cat, a dog and a horse.

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