Two monologues from Small Things have been published in Best Monologues from Best American Short Plays by Applause Theatrebooks.
A monologue from Cufflinked has been published by JAC Publishing in interJACtions: Monologues at the Heart of Human Nature, Volume III.
Crossed was named a Finalist for the 2014 Arts & Letters Drama Prize (Georgia College).
Cufflinked was named a semifinalist at the 2014 Ashland New Plays Festival.
Irish Stew (full version) has been accepted for publication in Best American Short Plays 2013 - 2014. Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, New York, NY.
A scene from Come Again, Another Day has been selected for publication in DUO: Best Scenes for Mature Actors. Applause Theatre & Cinema Books.
Publication Date TBD.
Finding Love @ . Com has been selected to be part of Pegasus Theater Company's Tapas 2015. Guerneville, CA. June 12 - July 12, 2015.
Cary Pepper is a playwright, novelist, and screenwriter. His plays have been presented throughout the United States and internationally.
Small Things won the Robert R. Lehan Playwriting Award, the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival 2006 One Act Play Contest, and has been published in Best American Short Plays 2005-2006. House Of The Holy Momentwas part of the 2008 Bay One-Acts Festival and has been published in Best American Short Plays 2007-2008. His work also appears in Audition Monologues for Student Actors II (Meriwether Publishing), and Scenes and Monologs from the Best New International Plays (Meriwether Publishing).
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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