Cary Pepper has had work presented throughout the United States and in Europe. Small Things won 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 Moment was part of the 2008 Bay One-Acts Festival and has been published inBest 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). He was nominated for the 2010 David and Lynn Angell Humanitas Comedy Fellowship, and his full-length play How It Works was given a staged reading as a Finalist at Dayton Playhouse’s FutureFest 2010.
Cary is a member of the Dramatists Guild, and a founding member of the San Francisco Bay Area playwrights group ThroughLine, and a member of the Marin Playwrights’ Lab. Learn more about him at www.carypepper.com