Small Things is airing on Public Radio stations across the country as part of the Playing On Air series.
Listen here any time.

The Answer has been published by One Act Play Depot under the title 0 To 60: Longwood University Ten-Minute Play Festival 2012 - Volume 1.

Anything Can Happen (10-minute version) has been published by One Act Play Depot.

Two monologues from Small Things have been published in Best Monologues from Best American Short Plays, Volume Two by Applause Theatrebooks.

Irish Stew (full version) has been published in Best American Short Plays 2013 - 2014. Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, New York, NY.

A scene from Come Again, Another Day has been published in DUO: Best Scenes for Mature Actors. Applause Theatre & Cinema Books.

Two monologues from Come Again, Another Day have been published in Best Monologues from Best American Short Plays, Volume Three.
Applause Theatrebooks.

Finding Love @ . Com was named the San Francisco Bay Area Critics Circle runner up for Best Script at Pegasus Theater Company's Tapas 2015.

Gram Scams was named the Audience Award Winner at Theatre Oxford's National Ten Minute Play Readings.

Irish Stew (10-minute version) has been published by One Act Play Depot under the title Mental Jujitsu.

All the Details was presented as part of Rover Dramawerks' 10-Minute Play Festival, where it was voted "Best of the Fest."

Gram Scams was presented as part of Lakeshore Players' 12th Annual 10-Minute Play Festival, where it was voted Audience Favorite.

Small Things is now available for download on InfinityStage.com.

Gram Scams has been selected for inclusion in Eden Prairie Players' 2016 Collection of One Acts. September 16 - 25. Eden Prairie, MN.

Build A Wall was selected for inclusion in the 2016 Red Eye 10s International Play Festival.

Party Favors has won First Prize in the 2016 Goshen Peace Play Contest.

Mark My Worms will be presented as part of the NY LaBute New Theater Festival.
January 13 - February 5, 2017. New York City. 59 E. 59 Theater.


























                                      






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
2006 One Act Play Contest, and has been airing on National Public Radio as part of the Playing on Air series. Stealing Melissa won the
Doc Jim Martin Playwright Competition, and The Walrus Said won the Religious Arts Guild Playwriting Competition and Party Favors
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;
And Jonah Rose Up was a semifinalist in the Dorothy Silver Playwriting Competition; The Maltese Frenchman was a Finalist for the National Play Award.


He was nominated for the 2010 David and Lynn Angell Humanitas Comedy Fellowship, and is a four-time contributor to  Applause Books’
Best American Short Plays series (Small Things; House of the Holy Moment; Come Again, Another Day; Irish Stew). His work also appears in
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.

Now available as an e-book: REEL LIFE CRIME
A new take on The Maltese Falcon that mirrors the plot of Dashiell Hammett’s novel and John Huston’s film,
while being an original mystery in its own right, a tongue-in-cheek hard-boiled detective story,
an affectionate tribute to the noir genre, and a commentary on how much movies impact our culture
and our everyday lives.


Read an excerpt.
Buy or sample at smashwords.com

Available on Kindle

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Announcements and details of upcoming events will be posted here as they become available.
Return often, to see what’s in the works.
Cary Pepper
HOW IT WORKS
SMALL THINGS
 
THE ANSWER
COME AGAIN, ANOTHER DAY
SMALL THINGS
COME AGAIN,
ANOTHER DAY
IRISH STEW
COME AGAIN, ANOTHER DAY