Pitch your children's television show idea to Judy Rothman Rofe at a lunch in Los Angeles or during a one-hour phone conversation. Judy will respond with detailed notes about the creative concept as a well as the marketability of your project.
Judy Rothman Rofé is a screenwriter and lyricist specializing in comedy and literary adaptations for children. She won the 2002 Emmy for Best Animated Program for Madeline (based on the classic books by Ludwig Bemelmans), for which she was writer, lyricist, story editor and supervising producer on over 70 episodes. She is also the recipient of the Humanitas Prize, two Ace awards and was nominated for four additional Emmys. She has written lyrics for over 100 kids' songs and developed, produced and/and written for dozens of series, including Arthur, Ni Hao Kailan, Rainbow Fish and Angelina Ballerina. She recently co-created Julie’s Greenroom, a 13-episode Jim Henson Company live-action/puppet series for Netflix, starring Julie Andrews. She is currently working on an original animated pilot for Amazon Studios, a preschool stop-action project for Sprout and a 2D short feature for Film Roman. She is also a visiting professor of screenwriting at the Universidad de los Andes in Santiago, Chile as well as a frequent guest in the pitching class at USC’s Graduate School of Cinematic Arts.