EVERETT MASON is the child of an actress and a ventriloquist, so clearly they had no choice but to pursue a career in the theatre. Upon moving to New York they shed their South Jersey accent and started writing plays. Their plays have been performed in Boston, Brooklyn, and most notably at the Orlando Fringe Festival, where their play was awarded “Fringe of the Fringe,” an award reserved for the truly bizarre. They’re most inspired by women who wear caftans, B-Horror Movies, and Faye Dunaway’s performance in Mommie Dearest. Irreverence, camp, and the trans experience are what drives their work. And through theatre and text they hope to bring their unique and singular trans metamorphosis to center stage.