JEROME by Ron Lagomarsino
On-Demand Streaming through Nov. 23
Upon the untimely death of their father, two estranged siblings must face off to determine the proper course of care for their schizophrenic brother Jerome. Alternately heartbreaking and hilarious, they embark on an emotional journey no one is prepared to take.
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About the Playwright
Ron’s play Jerome was selected as a Finalist at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center’s National Playwrights Conference. It has been developed at NY Stage & Film, Ojai Playwrights Conference, and several theaters in Los Angeles. His latest play Love the Sinner has received readings in LA at Ensemble Studio Theatre and the Road Theatre where it is under consideration for full production. His pilot “City by the Bay,” set in San Francisco in the late Sixties, is currently in development. As director Mr. Lagomarsino’s productions include Alfred Uhry’s The Last Night of Ballyhoo (Tony Best Play, Pulitzer Prize finalist) and the Ahrens/ Flaherty musical My Favorite Year. Off-Broadway credits include the premieres of Uhry’s Driving Miss Daisy (Pulitzer Prize, Drama Desk nomination), Joseph Dougherty’s Digby (Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle nominations), Beth Henley’s Abundance, and John Patrick Shanley’s Women of Manhattan. He received the Outer Critics Circle Award for Daisy, Christopher Durang’s Laughing Wild, and Timothy Mason’s Only You. Regional credits include the premiere of Mr. Dougherty’s Chester Bailey at American Conservatory Theater (Bay Area Theater Awards: Best Play and Production). Most recently he staged Chester Bailey at Contemporary American Theatre Festival and will mount it yet again this summer at Barrington Stage Company. Other premieres include Jane Anderson’s Looking for Normal at Geffen Playhouse (Ovation Award nomination), and the west coast premiere of David Mamet’s November. He has developed new works at NY Stage and Film, Sundance, and the O’Neill and Ojai conferences. TV credits include the pilots of David E. Kelley’s “Picket Fences” (Directors Guild of America Award) and “Homefront” (Emmy nomination). Favorite episodic TV includes “thirtysomething,” “My SoCalled Life,” and “Pretty Little Liars” (25 episodes). Movies for TV include the Hallmark Hall of Fame “My Sister’s Keeper,” starring Kathy Bates and Lynn Redgrave (National Association for Mental Illness Media Award for Direction). The recipient of an NEA Directing Fellowship, he is a graduate of Santa Clara University (valedictorian) and NYU’s School of the Arts.