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Imagine! Mason


 
 

Imagine Mason is an original musical production depicting the life and times of William Mason, founder of the city. 

Performances are April 9, 10 & 11 at 8:00 PM and April 12 at 3:00 PM in the Mason Middle School Auditorium. 

Through a generous subsidy of the City of Mason, tickets are only $12 a seat.


Let the City of Mason and the Mason Community Players take you back in time. Experience live on stage the adventurous life of William Mason.

Led by Jon Scheiding, in the role of William Mason, a cast of more than 50 will bring to life the people and events that touched the life of the city’s founder. Through word, song and dance MCP will guide the audience from William’s teenage years beginning in 1777 in Pennsylvania to the naming of the town in 1835. Travel with William to the Revolutionary War, down the Ohio River, to the conflict with Indians in the wilderness of Southwest Ohio, to the social scene of Cincinnati and right here to Muddy Creek and Mason, Ohio!

Imagine! Mason is a premiere work written by John B. Miller with music and lyrics by John and his associate Stephanie Taylor. The show will be produced and directed by veteran MCP members Rebecca McLaughlin and Laureen Catlin. The production will be accompanied by a full orchestra, led by Instrumental Director Larry Hirth, with vocal direction by Jennifer Lisa.


Jon Scheiding will be joined by Kaleigh-Brooke Dillingham as William’s wife, Mary McClelland Mason, veteran actor Chris Tuell as William’s brother-in-law Senator John Smith, Ohio Community Theater Award-Winning Performer Joel Lind as Aaron Burr, and Mason High School alumna Shannon Mahoney as Sarah Murphy, the woman who gave William his second chance at love after the loss of his beloved first wife.

See local Mason Librarian Mel LaNicca dance and sing!

Be sure to watch Reverend Jerry Pelfrey in his stage debut as William Kirkwood!

Catch Councilman Richard Cox treading the boards.

Don’t miss Bicentennial Chair Char Pelfrey portraying William’s sister Catherine.

And see all five members of the Lisa Family … Matt. Jennifer, Alexandra, Isabella and Anthony … in multiple roles.

Reserved seats will remain available until 24 hours before performance. General seating will be available at the door for every performance.

All proceeds from the production will benefit the Common Ground Project.

 
Congratulations to the eleven MCP members who were elected to the Board of Directors at the group’s Annual Meeting on Saturday, January 3rd. The following will serve throughout 2015:

Jason Holt, President

Julie Poux, Vice-President

Tessa Catlin, Secretary

Laureen Catlin, Treasurer

Members-at-Large

Paula J. Brinkman

Perry Gary

Jason Gonzalez

Lara Gonzalez

Eric Grimm

Darren Lee

Matt Lisa