Cary Pepper has had work presented throughout the United States and internationally.
Among his full-length plays, HOW IT WORKS won the 2012 Ashland New Plays Festival and CUFFLINKED was a semifinalist for the 2014 festival. Among his one-act plays, THE WALRUS SAID won the Religious Arts Guild Playwriting Competition; SMALL THINGS won the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival 2006 One Act Play Contest; PARTY FAVORS won the 2016 Goshen Peace Play Contest. Most recently, HOW’S BRUNO? marked Cary’s second appearance in the LaBute New Theater Festival.
Cary is a member of the Dramatists Guild, and 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).
LIST OF PLAYS
To see a complete list of Cary’s plays, please visit his website: www.carypepper.com
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|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|THE MALTESE FRENCHMAN - I'm An Actress - Maggie||Cary Pepper||
Maggie, a struggling young actress, shares her fantasies and tales of her day job with someone she just met.
|THE MALTESE FRENCHMAN - I'm An Actress (Extended Version)||Cary Pepper||
Maggie shares her dreams of being an actress and the trials and tribulations of her day job with someone she just met.