In this auto-biographical one-woman show, Mason shares her experiences working as a stripper for several years and explores issues of gender performance, eroticism, and vulnerability.
presented at Off the Wall Theater in 2017
A short danced duet on Jewish identity, race, privilege, and cultural appropriation.
performances at The Kelly-Strayhorn Theater newMoves Festival and Pearlarts Charette series in 2015
Love. . . And A Little Torture
An improvisational movement theater work based upon Sam Shepherd's "Fool for Love."
Presented at the Space Upstairs in 2012 and at Vox Populi as part of the Philadelphia International Fringe Festival in 2013
Funny, She Doesn't Look Jewish
Part oral history, part dance work, this 15-minute solo shares Mason's experiences growing up as a queer Jew in a small conservative Christian town.
presented as part of THE CURRENT SESSIONS at wild project in 2016
Detritus, Vestige, and Dross
An installation and dance theater work featuring three movers. A forty-five minute exploration of PTSD and the non-linear path to health.
performed as part of the Trespass Residency Series at Future Tenant Gallery in 2015
Go Places and Do Things: Tactile Dances
What is dance outside of the visual medium? Individual, blind-folded, audience members are guided through one of several short tactile dance scores - a sensory and movement experience performed by four movers. Created as much by the interaction between performers and audience/participant as by the score itself, each tactile dance is a unique experience.
Performed at BOOM Concepts, Rhinestone Steel, and Bunker Projects Performance Art Festival in 2014
A duet with hip hop artist Mario Quinn Lyles exploring the differences and commonalities in their artistic upbringings and the histories of hip hop and modern dance.
performed at the newMoves festival at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater in 2016
An evening-length group dance work Inspired by how humans define and curate the natural, animal, and wild.
performed as part of the CSA Series at the New Hazlett Theater in 2014
Of Snails and Lips
A structured improvisation that was performed in 6 different locations in Pittsburgh and NYC during the summer of 2013. Inspired by vulnerability, tenderness, and where the internal and external experiences meet.