Broadway star and MAC's 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Karen Mason shares her love of the music of songwriters, John Kander & Fred Ebb, in Kander & Ebb & All That Jazz. As one of the original stars of And The World Goes 'Round, Mason has a personal connection to these legends and their music Featuring uniquely show-stopping numbers, the show highlights Mason's vocal prowess, moving charisma, and overall versatility.





Few performers can transfer as seamlessly between, Broadway, recording, concert, and television as Karen Mason has. She has graced the stages of Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, Feinstein's 54 Below, Birdland, and The Drury Lane Oakbrook.

Karen Mason has few peers when it comes to ripping the roof off with her amazing voice that knows no bounds! The NY Times calls her "a dramatic tour de force! Giving everything and more is what she does best!" A multiple award-winning showstopper, Karen has starred on Broadway, Off-Broadway, Television, and Recording.  In 2018, Mason starred as the obsessed and shadowy Madame Giry in the North American premier of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies, the thrilling sequel to Phantom of The Opera.  She was a wild and sexy "dancing queen" as the original Tanya in the Broadway company of Mamma Mia. Other Broadway credits include Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard; Velma Von Tussel in Hairspray, and the crazy Queen of Hearts in Frank Wildhorn's Wonderland.  
In concert, she has shared stages with Michael Feinstein, Jerry Herman, Chita Rivera, Luciano Pavarotti, among others. Karen has thrilled audiences at concerts in the United Kingdom, Sweden, Brazil, Scotland, Tokyo and Osaka. Her starring symphonic performances include The Long Beach Symphony Orchestra with Maestro Michael Berkowitz, The Philly Pops with Peter Nero, The New York Pops, The Oklahoma Philharmonic with Joel Levine, the premier performance of The Chicagoland Pops, The Indianapolis Philharmonic, and the St. Louis Symphony with John McDaniel. She has 7 highly acclaimed and award winning CDs; including Better Days with the 1998 Emmy Award-winning single, Hold Me; Her newest CD, It's About Time, includes the title song the Chicago Tribune has called "the new anthem for Marriage Equality".

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In her critically acclaimed show, Mason's Making Music, Karen shares the wealth of her musical history. From Broadway to the Beatles, her storytelling is as stellar as her vocals.  Songs about the good years, the lost years and the growing years are guaranteed to touch the hearts of audience members of all ages. The show includes: "Almost Like Being in Love", "How Long Has This Been Going On", "Happy Just to Dance with You", "As If We Never Said Goodbye" from Sunset Boulevard and many more.