Performing Artist & Writer


Mason Reich, originally from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is an Actor, Singer, Writer and Musician residing in New York City. Mason has had experience in theatre and musical theatre around the mid-west and east coastal part of the United States. He has also been involved in short films, music videos, and has modeled for musician's album covers. Regional theatre credits include, Terry in Side Show, Belle's Husband in A Christmas Carol,  Billy Crocker in Anything Goes, Clifford Bradshaw in Cabaret, and Brad Majors in The Rocky Horror Show. Mason also toured nationally with The Omaha Theater Company's children's production of If You Give a Cat a Cupcake. In films, Mason was Pablo in The Look, Tom in Pie, Jake in Convenience, and The Wanderer in Alesana's music video, Lullaby of the Crucified.  He also did a PSA commercial on drunk driving and played, Ned, in a Lip Balm Ad 

Since living in New York City, Mason has performed in several shows around the Broadway theatre district, such as staged readings and short plays. Staged readings include Thomas G. Waites’s, Macaire as Prince Charles, Eric B. Sirota's Your Name on My Lips as Sam, Day of Wrath as The Creature, and others.  He played Liam in Sara Laursen's short play, According to Me, and Lloyd in Nadia Asencio's, Cheesecake!. He also played Bottom in Shakespeare's classic, A Midsummer Nights Dream, with Alpha NYC Theatre Company. Mason has also sung in many cabaret venues. Such performances include, My Winter Song to YouGo with Love: A Musical Benefit in which helped raise money for the Orlando victims, and many more. Apart from acting, Mason wrote his first short play, SKIP, which premiered at The Midtown International Theatre Festival’s Short Play Lab. The play was later made into a short film and directed by his brother, Justin, in North Carolina. Mason is currently writing his own instrumental pieces on piano and recording them at a local studio in the city.