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Mason, Marsha


Marsha’s been performing in theatre since she was a wee lass of eight and has yet to get it out of her system. She holds a BFA in Musical Theatre, and has taken workshops with Soulpepper, Ken Gass and Uta Hagen. Some of her fave credits include: the iconic role of The Girl in The Seven Year Itch; Skip Fuller, government spin doctor in The Perils of Persephone, written by Stephen Leacock Winner Dan Needles (of the Wingfield series fame); and the role Needles created for her, Hillary Fortescue Bell in The Bells of Larkspur.

Marsha also has a strong comedy and improv background, having been both a swing and an understudy for The Second City National Touring Company in shows such as Generation X-Files and Canadian Idle. She is a graduate of their Conservatory Program where she helped create their own sketch comedy revue in the Second City style Something Clever. She has also been a guest improviser and singer in The National Theatre of the World’s live improvised retrospective The Carnegie Hall Show, appearing with talented performers such as Matt Baram, Chris Gibbs, and Anand Rajaram.

You can also find Marsha on TV, appearing in episodes of 11.22.63, Republic of Doyle, My Babysitter’s a Vampire, Odd Squad and Man Seeking Woman.

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