UPCOMING

  • Most Sincerely, Edward Albee, by Tracy Weller, premiers June 2017 at Project Y’s Women in Theatre Festival
  • Jarring (the film!), directed by Kris Thor and written by Tracy Weller, also premiers June 2017 at Project Y’s Women in Theatre Festival
  • Hart Island, inspired by the story of New York City’s potter’s field, coming soon…
  • Unseen & Unheard – every month! Check out Mason Holdings on Facebook or email info@mason.holdings
  • AND, coming soon, Mason’s Laboratory opens it’s doors…

Creations & Press

Holiday House

  • “If your taste is more experimental than established, check out this new movement-theater work from the Mason Holdings theater company and the writer and performer Tracy Weller”

    (Read more at the New York Times)

  • “an ageless, Russian doll-like specter; a white rabbit, of sorts, leading us into the labyrinth of her own memories and distorted reflections”

    (Read more at Stage Buddy)

  • “the experience is about as intimate as theatre gets”

    (Read more on Theater is Easy)

  • “an immensely watchable performance mostly due to the infallible Tracy Weller who’s mastering of the numerous characters is nothing short of absolutely astounding”

    (Read more on AXS)

  • “a spellbinding performance that begins full of whimsicality and gradually drifts into corridors quivering with madhouse echoes.”

    (Read more at Stage Buddy)

  • “An exquisitely immersive set design coupled with an eerie and uncomfortable performance makes this piece of downtown theatre haunting and intriguing”

    (Read more on Theater is Easy)

  • “Within a few seconds, it is easy to forget that you are in a theater and instead feel as if you are a guest in a private home.”

    (Read more on AXS)

  • “the show is creepy, perverse, and even a bit morbid. That’s my kind of holiday show, but if you’re looking for It’s a Wonderful Life, you’re not going to find it here”

    (Read more on Theater is Easy)

  • “if you’re an adventurous theatregoer, Holiday House intrigues. Weller’s performance is spine-chilling and riveting. Justin and Christopher Swader’s set design is a triumph. Zach Blane’s lighting and Phil Carluzzo’s sound complete the immersive experience.”

    (Read more on Theater is Easy)

Jarring