Mason Players is an inclusive organization, comprised of theater students and alumni, theater practitioners, and theater supporters.
1. Be a current or former degree-seeking student at George Mason University who
participates or participated in at least one Mason Players production in ANY capacity (ex. Acting, Directing, Designing, Run Crew, Marketing, Community Leadership, etc.)
2. Be a Friend of Theater at Mason
Participants in and supporters of the productions of George Mason University's School of Theater are "Mason Players" and should be on the Mason Players Mailing list.
Once you become a Mason Player, we consider you a Mason Player for life.
While studying at Mason, Players are encouraged to be active participants by:
• Attending monthly Players meetings as often as your schedule and academics allow.
The Players organization is only as effective as its members, so plan to attend often, volunteer to help, let your voice be heard as creative decisions are made, and make memories for a lifetime.
• Participating in Players productions in all areas of production as often as your schedule
and academics allow. Onstage, backstage, at the concession stand, or in the preparation stages for promoting our work, it’s all part of the whole, and we need your involvement.
Active participation has benefits other than collaboration, These include scholarship consideration, yearly awards, resume building, and more.
Alumni of Theater at Mason, the Mason Players and active members of the Friends of Theater at Mason are also considered Mason Players. These Players are encouraged to support the work of the Mason Players and the School of Theater through word and deed, including volunteerism, attendance at our shows, and financial support.
To inquire about membership or to become more deeply involved with the School of Theater, please contact the current Players Secretary at email@example.com.
The list of Mason Players is located on the Mason Players News bulletin board in the Theater Lounge (PAB A 109).
Thank you for your interest in the Mason Players.