Mason Wright is 17 and is an alcoholic. He is often mistaken for
In the past.
Now, Mason wasn’t exactly your average good boy next door kid. He was something different. His parents hated him, called him a mistake, made him believe his life wasn’t worth anything. Mason did everything he could to prove them wrong, he went through elementary and middle school with excellent grades, but his parents still put him down. So, at the end of middle school, he turned to drinking. He used to drink once a week, sometimes more, so he could sleep pleasantly. It eventually turned into every night, and one night he drank his way into unconsciousness.
Welcome to the present.
His parents decided it was time for Mason to leave, finding it too hard to try and keep up with him. They searched for boarding schools, good ones though, they wanted him to be smart, but out of their way. They took a particular interest in Frederick George — noticing how it would fix up their child & give him the education he needed; so off he went. Mason Wright was now a boarding school boy.
Mason went back to his old ways almost instantly — he started drinking even more & made friends with what people called the ‘burnouts’ of Frederick George. He didn’t know why he was doing this… He knew it wasn’t to be cool, or to fit in — because he never wanted to be that way. He thought that maybe it might be because his parents never contacted him, and his fees were paid out of his own pocket — leaving him a broke & lonely boy.
Since coming to Frederick George, he’s made friends with Lucas Williams, Elias Hogan & many others. They’re the kind of musos he wants to be around, because they don’t care that he’s usually passed out in his dorm — because a majority of them understand.
Mason never shows up for class, and when he does — he sleeps, or sneaks a bottle of vodka in with him, claiming that it’s water and nothing else. The teachers don’t question him, why should they? He comes off as a lonely trustworthy boy to them — but they don’t know the half of it, oh no.
In the future, Mason wants to be a better parent than his ever were, or are. Of course, he has to get rid of his nasty habit first — but it’s way too addictive to the boy. He just keeps ringing his ‘supplier’ — the local underaged drug dealer — for more of his liquid courage & gold. Welcome to the life of Mason Wright — the never sober, hated and loved boy.
You’re in luck! Mason is open.