Cary Gitter is a playwright who lives in New York. He is a member of EST/Youngblood. His plays include Support Israel (finalist, Fresh Ground Pepper PlayGround PlayGroup), Did You Do It With Ms. Newman? (reading, The Factory NYC), The Smelly Girl (winner, Chameleon Theatre Circle New Play Contest; reading, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park), I Fought New Jersey (NYU’s John Golden Playwriting Prize), and Herschel in History (semifinalist, O’Neill Center’s National Playwrights Conference; honorable mention, Kennedy Center’s Rosa Parks Playwriting Award). His one-acts have been presented around the city and include Molly Finn R.I.P. We Love You (finalist, Samuel French Short Play Festival). His dramatic work has been published in interJACtions: Monologues from the Heart of Human Nature, Volume III (JAC Publishing), and his fiction in the Jewish Literary Journal and (forthcoming). He holds a BFA in dramatic writing and an MA in English and American literature from New York University.