As One
Jan
27
to Jan 28

As One

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  • "Mason impressed me with his direction of lines, especially when in the rich lower portions of his range. The few moments when he sang with extreme power were stunning, including his defiant declaration against John Donne with 'I am an island!' -KC Metropolis
  • Role: Hannah Before
  • Company and role debut
  • Lyric Opera of Kansas City
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Carousel
Jul
28
to Aug 5

Carousel

  • "Baritone Wes Mason looked good and sang well as Billy, bringing complexity, charm, solid vocal technique and washboard abs to the role; it's easy to see why both the mill girls and his employer, Mrs. Mullin, would fall for him, and he gave a masterfully nuanced account of Billy's Soliloquy."
    -Sarah Bryan Miller, St. Louis-Dispatch
  • Role: Billy Bigelow
  • Directed by Ken Page
  • Union Avenue Opera
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Three Way
Jun
15
to Jun 18

Three Way

  • "Wes Mason made a strong impression as Dax. In his interactions with Maya he showed a mix of desire and cynicism. His defiant, heroic aria expressing his dismay at the human condition was one of the high points of the evening."
    -Opera News
  • Music by Robert Paterson and Libretto by David Cote
  • Roles: Dax/Larry
  • East coast premiere
  • American Opera Projects
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Oklahoma!
Feb
10
to Feb 11

Oklahoma!

  • "You hear Mason’s voice before you see him. A powerful, smooth voice that hits all the right notes in all the right places. Mason nailed the dialect throughout then show never missing a beat, all that and he looked great in chaps!"
    -MD Theatre Guide
  • Role of Curly
  • Live Arts Maryland
  • Concert 
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Doubt
Aug
19
to Aug 27

Doubt

  • "Wes Mason is perfectly cast as Father Flynn. He's handsome and he brings a beautiful, expressive baritone voice to the role. Mason fills the priest with energy and a convincing sincerity. "
    -Steve Callahan, Broadway World
  • Role: Father Flynn
  • Company and role debut
  • Union Avenue Opera
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The Execution of Mrs. Cotton
Jul
14
to Jul 31

The Execution of Mrs. Cotton

  • "...the proverbial tortured artistic soul cleverly disguised in a rough-around-the-edges masculine façade. He casts a metaphorical spell over Elva, enchanting her with his music, as many bad-boy musicians tend to do." -Theatre Is Easy
  • Role: Aquilla Quick-Manning
  • World premiere
  • Company and role debut
  • Spit&Vigor
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Oklahoma!
Jul
3
to Aug 10

Oklahoma!

  • "When baritone Wes Mason opened Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! singing, 'There’s a bright golden haze on the meadow,' somewhere in the heavens, Gordon McRae must have fallen off his horse. Mason’s incomparable vocals and endearing characterization stoked but didn’t dominate the gifted cast."  
    -The Salt Lake Tribune
  • Role: Curly
  • Company debut
  • Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre
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