Sevrin Anne Mason (She/Her) Actor/ Musician: The Crucible on Broadway with Liam Neeson and Laura Linney; Body: an Anatomy of Being (Blessed Unrest at the New Ohio); Maria in Twelfth Night (dir. Sara Thigpen with Boomerang Theatre Co.) Charles Mee’s Summertime (Between two Burroughs, dir. Jenn Haltman) ); I Can’t Explain it Better Than That, by Sarah Shaefer (Rising Phoenix Rep); Charles Mee’s Trojan Women 2.0 (CSC First Look Festival); Charlotte Miller’s Rocks, a part of the triptych, Zurich, NY (Ensemble Theatre Group at The Tank); Four Hundred Parts Per Million (Blessed Unrest); The Calmative and Baal both directed by Scott Ebersold; Much Ado About Nothing (Boomerang, dir. Daniel Talbot); and Row after Row, by Jessica Dickey (Rising Phoenix Rep); regional – Michael Greif’s Street Scene and Annie Dorsen’s The Blue Bird (Williamstown), The Comedy of Errors (Vineyard Playhouse). Select film: Buffalo Girl (Patch Darragh), Public Hearing (Automatic Moving Co.), and A Quintet (Omnibus Productions). Webseries: Help Wanted; and the award winning, Downsized . Sevrin is also a member of the ukulele trio, The Buttery Barmaids, with whom she’s played The Rainbow Room, White Eagle Hall, The House of Yes, The Red Room, as the house band for New Ambassador’s Heartbroke, and many more. You can learn more about Sevrin at www.sevrinannemason.com, and more about The Buttery Barmaids at www.TheButteryBarmaids.com.