As an independent motion picture and theatrical literary agent/manager he represented some of the most culturally relevant writers/ filmmakers of his generation including Richard Linklater, Gregg Araki and Todd Solonz. Beginning in 1995, Pevner produced the premiere productions of his playwright client Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues, which went on to win a 1996 Obie Award before being hailed as a bone-fide phenomenon across the world stage. The following year, Pevner helped launch the career of playwright client Neil LaBute by producing his first feature film, In the Company of Men, winner of the Filmmakers’ Trophy at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival, Independent Spirit Award and New York Film Critics Award for Best First Feature Film.