Pete Barry

Pete Barry is a screenwriter, playwright, musician, actor, and director.  His screenplay Marian, a retelling of the classic Robin Hood story, is in development with Sony and Pascal Pictures. He is a co-creator, writer, sound designer, and producer of the full-cast podcast comedy Mission: Rejected. 

Pete’s short plays can be found in several anthologies, including Shorter, Faster, Funnier: Comic Plays and Monologues, Plays for Two, Plays for Three, and Off Off Festival Plays, 34th Series. He shared the NJACT Perry Award for Outstanding Production of an Original Play for Accidents Happen, which is also published as a short play collection by Samuel French. His full-length play Antony & Cleopatra: Infinite Lives, co-written with J. Michael DeAngelis, was performed at the New York Fringe Festival. 

He is a co-founder of The Porch Room, an independent theater, film, and audio production company, where he has written and produced full-length and short plays.

Pete is a member of the Writers Guild of America and the Dramatist Guild of America and was named a 2013 Young and Hungry List writer. 

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