Deborah Mason

Deborah Mason (Choreographer) inspires young dancers and athletes, setting high standards for creative excellence and physical prowess. She is the Founder and Artistic Director of the Deborah Mason School of Dance, which has served as a training ground for young dancers since 1974. She is Founder and Executive Director of Cambridge Youth Dance, a non profit dance and performing arts program for serious dancers in the Cambridge area, providing scholarship subsidies to offset the tution cost for full-time students.

Her credits include a leading role in the musical Cinderella in summer stock, touring NewYork City, Chicago, Kansas City, and Boston with "The Dance Caravan". She has worked with some of the finest dancers in the dance world such as, Brenda Buffalino of The American Tap Dance Orchestra, Leon Collins, Sue Ronson, The Nicholas Brothers, Gregory Hines, Savion Glover, and Luigi. Deborah has trained over six thousand students, she takes her passion and commitment to the class and the community. Having served the City of Cambridge for 30 years she was commissioned by Mayor Reeves to serve on the Board for the Arts in Cambridge. Deborah has been honored with the key to the city of Cambridge, and has been cited from the city of Boston for her continued success, she has been honored by Mayor Sheila Russell for her dedication to young women's development, received The Galluccio Award for her commitment to youth sports. and was recently cited by The United States Senate in Washington for providing a high quality arts education for decades. Deborah's expertise in training continues to produce accomplished dancers and the studio's outstanding faculty is the tradition of excellence that is synonymous with the name Deborah Mason School of Dance.