Assistant Professor Corinne M. Mason joined Massasoit Community College as adjunct faculty in 2013 and full time faculty in 2015. Corinne M. Mason is a professional director, choreographer, and teaching artist. She has directed and choreographed for organizations such as, Massasoit Theatre Company, The Company Theatre, Lyric First Stage, Curtain Call Theatre, Wellesley Summer Theatre, Stonehill College, MMASBlackBox, Cambridge Youth Dance Program, and North Cambridge Family Opera. Corinne is passionate about the development of new plays and the art of collaborative creation. She believes theatre has the potential to promote empathy, understanding, open dialogue, and reflection for both participants and audiences alike, and strives to infuse these values in every project she takes on. Over the past few years she has directed several original productions including, The Werewolves (Manhattan Repertory Theatre), Les Nuls (Artists from Suburbia), Trial of Madeline Gee, Eris’ Chain (Massasoit Theatre Company), Autumn Cross, and We Will Not Describe the Conversation (New Works Play Festival). DIRECTING CREDITS: I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (Plymouth Community Theatre), The Laramie Project, A Raisin in the Sun, Face Forward, Harriet Tubman: An American Moses, A Christmas Carol, Wizard of Oz (Massasoit Theatre Company), Tale of the Allergist’s Wife (Curtain Call), The Mystery of Irma Vep (MMAS), American Idiot, Eurydice, The Hiding Place (Company Theatre), Midsummer Night’s Dream, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Lyric First Stage). CHOREOGRAPHY CREDITS: Reefer Madness, Spitfire Grill, Das Barbecu (Stonehill College), Symphony in Me (Studio One Dance Company), High School Musical, Damn Yankees, The Addams Family, (Abington High School), A Chorus Line, Cabaret (MMAS), Spring Awakening (Company Theatre), Lucky Stiff, As Thousands Cheer, Me and My Girl, Much Ado About Nothing (Lyric First Stage), Bridges Not Walls, The Z Factor (Cambridge Youth Dance Program).
- American Musical and Dramatic Academy, Musical Theatre
- B.F.A The New School
- M.A. Emerson College