Cary Gitter is a member of EST/Youngblood, and his short play How My Grandparents Fell in Love was featured in the Ensemble Studio Theatre's 36th Marathon of One-Act Plays. His plays include After Dad, Menorah, Youth Group, and The Smelly Girl and have been developed or produced at the Big Funk Company in Paris, France; the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park; EST; the Flea Theater; the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival; NYU; the Tank; T. Schreiber Theatre; and elsewhere. He has been a finalist for the Jewish Playwriting Contest, NYU Steinhardt’s New Plays for Young Audiences, and the Samuel French Short Play Festival, and a two-time O’Neill semifinalist. He received NYU’s John Golden Playwriting Prize and an honorable mention for the Kennedy Center’s Rosa Parks Playwriting Award. His fiction has appeared in Jewish Fiction, Newtown Literary, and the Jewish Literary Journal. He is a mentor in the PEN Prison Writing Program. BFA, MA: NYU. Visit