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Alex K Masse

Alex K Masse

Biography

Alex Masse, AKA Fairything, is a 21-year-old writer, musician, and student residing in what is colonially known as Vancouver, BC. The arts are a longtime love of theirs, and their work has been seen everywhere from Vancouver Pride, to IGNITE! Youth Festival, to a collaboration with Penelope Scott, to collaborations with Broadway Records artists. They’re also a neurodivergent nonbinary lesbian, which greatly affects their process.
While they got their start as a music producer, musical theatre took over them in 2020, and it hasn't let go since. They were on the team of Broadway Records' Averno franchise, and currently are composing for a handful of indie musicals, mostly created by fellow Averno alumni. They're also a playwright, with works having been created with Real Wheels Theatre, The Arts Club, The Frank Theatre, and Gateway Theatre. Musically, they've also created soundtracks for short films, art installations, and video games. Overall, their varied background has allowed them to approach the theatre world from a number of perspectives, and they find that to be one of their greatest strengths.

Professional Experience

  • Regional
  • Concerts/Cabaret

Regions

  • Seattle/Pacific NW
  • Canada

Interested in touring?

  • Yes

Hireable as

  • Theatrical Composer (Music and Lyrics)
  • Theatrical Composer (Music only)
  • Theatrical Lyricist
  • Bookwriter/Librettist
  • Songwriter
  • Singer/Songwriter
  • Pit Musician (Other)
  • Sound Designer/Composer
  • Music Producer/Record Producer

My Primary Instrument

  • QChord/Omnichord

My Instruments

  • Flute
  • Voice
  • Other
  • Flute, Voice

Software

  • Other

Current HS, College, or Grad Student?

  • Yes

Pronouns

  • They/Them