The Cooper Company is an organization that produces material for the stage, film, and television and manages artists who include directors, choreographers, writers and theatrical talent. It is our goal to develop material that is positive in nature, incorporating not only innovative thought and action, but music and dance as well. In the fall of 2005, The Cooper Company opened a second office in New York, so that we can have a greater presence on Broadway and in book publishing. As a result, the company has established themselves as a forerunner in the world of choreography; choregraphers for broadway, choreographers for film, and choreographers for television.
The Cooper Company grew out of Frank Cooper and Associates, which later became The Cooper Agency. Frank Cooper, a pioneer in the entertainment business discovered Frank Sinatra and Dinah Shore, developed Dirty Harry, the feature film which put Clint Eastwood on the map, the most innovative of game shows including “Dotto” and “Strike It Rich“, as well as some of the first dramatic programming on television. Frank Cooper’s entry into Broadway was representing Man of La Mancha. He also created the art of packaging, developed and produced movies of the week on television such as Not My Kid, And The Sea Will Tell, Inside the Third Reich, Go Toward The Light, and has represented A-list writers in the book publishing world such as Clifford Irving and Leslie Waller.
From Frank Cooper’s company, The Cooper Company, A Choreography Agency, A Production and Artist Representation Group was born, maintaining the integrity and leadership of Frank. This company is run by Pamela Cooper. Clients include directors, choreographers, writers, and talent. It is our mission to guide and advise our clients, procure quality work and develop material that is inspiring, informative and always entertaining.
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