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Pretty Fillthy
A new musical about the other Hollywood fom The Civilians Investigative Theater

Music and Lyrics by Michael Friedman, Book by Bess Wohl

Directed by Steve Cosson
Abrons Arts Center, Jan 31 - Mar 1, 2015 ~ Tickets
   
  
Reviews:

 - NY Times: "In another standout song, a veteran performer, Georgina Congress, portrayed with droll earthiness by the wonderful Luba Mason." Video: In Performance Luba Mason
 - Variety: "Take Georgina, "She's a legend," according to one admiring co-worker, and so she is in Luba Mason's dynamite performance."
 - NY Daily News: "An enterprising middle aged actress who's rolling with the changing landscape stands out thanks to Luba Mason's straight up and affecting performance."
- Hollywood Reporter: "Particularly outstanding are Broadway veteran Mason (Chicago, Jekyll & Hyde), deliciously droll as the veteran porn star who finds her career surging thanks to the growing interest in MILFs"
- Theatermania: "We meet a wide variety of characters, from seasoned veteran Georgina Congress (Luba Mason in a convincing and emotionally stirring performance)"

 
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Nov292011

Wicked Moon free reading Dec. 1

Luba Mason, Jim Stanek, et al. Set for York Theatre's Company's Wicked Moon Reading

York Theatre Company has announced casting for its free development reading presentation of Wicked Moon, to be offered on Thursday, December 1 at 1:30pm at the Theatre at St. Peter's. Pamela Hunt will direct the performance, which will have music direction by David John Madore.

The show features music by Varick Bacon, lyrics by Powers McElhone, and a book by Richard Aellen.

The company will feature Matt Bailey (Mike), Tim Ford (Carl), Amy Griffin (Sara), Luba Mason (Arly), Michael McCormick (Peter), Jim Stanek (Dean), and Jessica Waxman (Kendra).

For more information regarding ticket availability, email boxoffice@yorktheatre.org or call 212-935?5824.

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