18+ Event

One Dame Funny Night

Sunday, September 22
Doors: 7pm // Show: 8pm
$22.50 to $30
A tribute to Dame Edna by her Honorary Understudy
Written & Performed by Scott F. Mason

Dame Edna’s award-winning Honorary Understudy is back for more in a one-of-a-kind comedy show that is not to be missed!! Get ready for another belly-busting good time and make sure you come prepared! She’s ready to share a round of Coronatinis, crazy zingers, double-entendre one-liners, and mischievous observations of the Milton crowd!

About Scott Mason

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– 2023 NYC Bistro Award Winner for Comedic Characterization
– 2023 Nominee for Manhattan Association of Cabaret Male Debut Award
Quote from NY Don’t Tell Mama show….
“Mason quite simply nailed it…every inch the wit and outrageous humor of the original Dame”- Gerry Geddes, Bistro Awards

In 2010 and 2012, he won “Best Comedian” at the Las Vegas Reel Awards, which is akin to the Oscars for the Tribute Artist Industry.

He has participated in the Sunburst Conference of Professional Celebrity Impersonators since 2008 where he won “Funniest Male”, “Best Transformation”, and “Best Male Costume” three times each and has been inducted into their Hall of Fame for each in 2011, 2013, and 2014 respectively. He was one of three finalists for the “Agent’s Best” (meaning the best act out of dozens that agents reviewed) award in 2010 and 2012. In 2011 he was awarded the Silver Best Showcase Award 3rd place and in 2012 he won Gold (2nd).

His Dame has been seen on the Rachel Ray show as well as Fox News 35 in Orlando and the national CBS Sunday Morning news. He is also featured prominently in the award-winning 2010 documentary short subject “Just About Famous” and its full-length follow-up in 2013. Information on the film and Mason can be seen on IMDB.com.
Mason has been active in theater since 1985, and was a member of the National Dramatists Guild, having written over 25 plays produced in Delaware and Off-Off Broadway. As an actor, he has acted over 100 roles, and appeared for 30 years with the Delaware Dance Company’s “The Nutcracker”. He has also directed over 100 plays for community and regional theater.