Lee Roscoe is the author of various published nonfiction pieces and co-author of Almanac of the American Revolution, a nationally syndicated radio show. He created the first modular clothing in the U.S. years ago. A former New York City professional, he was accepted by early admission to Yale Drama for his plays but chose instead to study with theater greats at HB Studio. He also worked backstage and appeared onstage off-Broadway and in independent films. Roscoe returned to theater recently after a 15-year career as an award-winning environmental educator. He was voted Best Performances in 2004 and 2006 by the Cape Cod Times.
Roscoe´s most recent gig with the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater was in The Captain´s Doll. Boston Globe said, "Roscoe is brilliant." The world premiere of his adaptation of Sinclair Lewis´s It Can´t Happen Here was very well received on Cape Cod where he lives. He is a member of New Provincetown Players Playwright´s Lab and Playwright´s Platform and has received rave encomiums for some of his work from such as Michael Kahn, Playwright´s Horizon´s, Trinity Rep, New George´s and Sean Bennett.