Cary Pepper is a playwright, novelist, and screenwriter. His plays have been presented throughout the United States and internationally.
Among his one-act plays, Small Things won the Robert R. Lehan Playwriting Award and the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival
won the 2016 Goshen Peace Play Contest.
Among his full-length plays, How It Works was given a staged reading at the Abingdon Theatre in New York City, was a Finalist at Dayton Playhouse’s
FutureFest 2010, and won the 2012 Ashland New Plays Festival. Cufflinked was a semifinalist in the 2014 Ashland New Plays Festival;
He was nominated for the 2010 David and Lynn Angell Humanitas Comedy Fellowship, and is a four-time contributor to Applause Books’
Audition Monologues for Student Actors II (Meriwether Publishing); Scenes and Monologs from the Best New International Plays (Meriwether Publishing);
The Best Monologues from the Best American Short Plays - Volume Two (Applause Books); and The Best Monologues from the Best American Short Plays -
Volume Three (Applause Books).
Cary is a member of the Dramatists Guild, a founding member of the San Francisco Bay Area playwrights group ThroughLine,
and a member of the Marin Playwrights’ Lab.
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