A Musical Revue Conceived and directed by James Gardiner, Erin Gardiner, and musical director Joe Walsh
In the spirit of The Season of Jubilee, a yearlong celebration of uniting in joyful responsibility and change, The Mason Players have gathered songs by BIPOC and/or women composers and lyricists whose work is often overlooked. Moving forward as a community, the Players are proud to present a concert of hope that embraces George Mason University’s commitment to inclusion.
This event will be streamed simultaneously on this webpage, Facebook and YouTube at the scheduled time. Additional details for how to watch may be updated here.
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Registration for the event is not required, but if you RSVP HERE you will be sent a reminder with details for how to watch prior to the event.
Fall School of Theater performances as part of Mason Arts at Home are free. Our students are creating work under challenging circumstances and many face increased financial hardship due to COVID-19. A gift of any size in support of scholarships will help these young artists complete their education. Make a gift.