From Dallas, Texas, Caroline Jewell is a graduate from Stella Adler Studio Studio in New York City. They have performed professionally around the DFW metroplex in shows such as Anything Goes, Jesus Christ Superstar, New Moon, Rock of Ages, and Sound of Music. They are also a proficient writer and singer. You can find their music on Spotify and Apple Music.

Much like Roman Emperor Augustus Caesar, Dallas based actor Aaron Dismuke got his start in his chosen profession quite early. At age eleven, he was cast in his first lead role in an anime dub: Alphonse Elric in the show FullMetal Alchemist. Young Aaron didn’t realize that he’d spend the next decade trying to escape the shadow of that towering role any more than young Augustus realized he’d spend his life overshadowed by the ghost of Julius Caesar.

The ancient Roman statesman and Dismuke’s shared love for performative emotional outbursts was instrumental in the latter’s going on to voice hundreds of characters in various anime, video games, and western animations in the 19 years that followed. Dismuke also directs, adapts scripts, writes comics, designs board games, photographs abandoned buildings, propagates grapevines, reads a lot of old history books, and raves that specialization is the death of joy.

As an actor, he soaks up information and converts it into clean reads with clear motivations—spiced with snark as needed. He has decades of experience in voiceover, and a passion for stories new and old.

JULIE JOHNSON has enjoyed a varied and exciting career spanning film, television, Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional theatre and concerts. Julie is best known as the voice of Baby Bop on BARNEY AND FRIENDS for 20 years. She just completed 3 years with the North American Tour of COME FROM AWAY. Julie made her Carnegie Hall debut singing with the New York Pops Orchestra.  She portrayed Mama in the first national tour of MEMPHIS THE MUSICAL!  Broadway:  CANDIDE;  Off-Broadway: DAS BARBECU ( Theatre World Award), Angel in THE RINK  Regional: Dolly in HELLO DOLLY, Mrs. Lovett in SWEENEY TODD,  Domina in A FUNNY THING… FORUM at Shakespeare Theatre Company, Washington, D.C.,  Mrs. Potts in BEAUTY AND THE BEAST at Bass Hall,   ROCKY HORROR SHOW, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, SENSE AND SENSIBILITY, all at the Dallas Theater Center.  Movie credits include PURE COUNTRY and THE APOSTLE with Robert Duvall.

Cory Phillips has been acting in film and media since 2010. He got his start in acting with improv, and has since trained at Second City and performed in well over 1,000 shows. He has studied and developed his craft which has led to many wonderful projects. Cory has experience in on-camera acting, voice-over, martial arts, comedy, teleprompter, hosting and MC. He was the lead in a 400-plus-episode kids show and two Lionsgate films (“Ghoster” and “The Fantastic Pet”). He had his first SAG role in the hit series “The Chosen,” and you can hear his voice in over 100 anime titles with Crunchyroll. Cory loves acting and all things nerd. He has made guest appearances at hundreds of Cons across the nation and loves interacting with fans. When he is not working, he is riding his motorcycle or playing Dungeons & Dragons.

Victoria Angelina Cruz is an actress and storyteller with a passion for Improvisation and Character Development. She uses these tools in her work and in every opportunity she gets. She earned her MFA in Acting from Southern Methodist University, and her BA in Communications from University of Alabama in Birmingham. Her favorite projects include voiceover for Lumenaria at Okratron 5000, and performing Classical works with Shakespeare Dallas. Although an Alabama Native, being a part of a military family allowed her to live all over the world during her upbringing. Victoria brings a sense of excitement and joy to every project she works on. She is an avid scratch baker and enjoys playing her Ukulele and catching Improv Nights around the city.

Allison Pistorius has received rave reviews acting across the country, notably at the Dallas Theater Center, the Denver Center Theatre Company (both Tony Award-winning LORT theaters) and TheaterWorks Hartford.  Having earned an MFA in Acting from the National Theatre Conservatory and a BA in Theatre and Dance from UT Austin, she’s a classically trained actress who possesses great skill with contemporary dialogue.  She is also equally at home in comedy and drama.  In addition to being an actress and mom (of triplets!), Allison is also an acting teacher at Booker T Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and is passionate about fitness.  She’s a Pilates instructor and completed Power Yoga Teacher Training in 2010.  Her on camera talents include skill with the Teleprompter and working well with children and animals.  Allison’s best kept secret is that she is a native Texan, something no one ever guesses when they hear her speak.  She uses a natural, neutral speech in her daily life, but also possesses an exceptional facility with accents and dialects.

Gracie is a proud Lao-Hmong-American actor, pianist, and singer based in the DFW area. She hopes to inspire and represent Asian-Americans (and especially AAPI women) with her storytelling and performances. Gracie received her BFA in Theatre with an emphasis in Acting at Southern Methodist University. She has experience in classical and contemporary theatre, musical theatre, and short-films with great hopes to be in larger film productions. She brings a collaborative, can-do, and thoughtful attitude to every room to ensure her work is the most valuable. If she isn’t working, she’s spending time with her younger siblings, cuddling up with a good book, or trying a new pasta recipe.

Courtney DeBerry has been performing since the age of five, and her passion for both the stage and screen still fuels her today.  She obtained her BFA degree in Acting from Brigham Young University, where she was nominated for an Irene Ryan Scholarship at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.  Although a native Texan, she fell in love with London, UK where she spent a semester abroad studying Shakespeare and contemporary British theatre.  She was recently a lead role in four-time Laurel award-winning film “Binary,” and she also appears in commercials for brands such as doTERRA, NordicTrack, SNOW, and CVG Leggings.  Courtney is a versatile voice actor, and she has voiced in a variety of productions such as animation, video game, and commercial. In her spare time she loves making YouTube videos about voiceover, lifting weights, and running.

Teri is a recent transplant from the Chicago area where she has been an on-camera and VO actor for over 15 years, with Second City Chicago and Meisner training, black box theatre experience, a knack for medical and professional jargon, has narrated more than 400 audiobooks (including 50+ under her pseudonym, Lynn Barrington) in multiple fiction and non-fiction genres, and was one of Chicago’s top ear prompter talent before moving to the Dallas area in 2021. She earned a BFA from the Savannah College of Art & Design and spent 18 years as a gig worker before it was trendy.

Fully embracing the Texas heat, she gardens for butterflies and other pollinators, and is currently enrolled in the Texas Master Naturalist training program which includes an initial 80 hours of training in various natural sciences and a minimum of 40 hours of volunteer service to become certified to help educate, preserve and maintain our natural resources in Texas.

Gail has been “Screen Mom ” to the stars, including Matthew McConaughey, Kevin Sorbo, Ethan Hawke, Carrie Preston and Mike Chiklis.  She’s been honored by the USA Film Fest for her achievements and won laurels at the Louisiana Film Prize, New Orleans Film Fest and Sundance 2024. She’s played Eleanor Roosevelt, a mob boss, a dog and everything in between. Gail was born in Pennsylvania, grew up in New Jersey, studied in Ohio and then headed west where she raised a family and a lot of ruckus, usually onstage. She has a list of things she’d still love to do: own a horse, drive a big-rig, master Italian, play the ukulele and still find time to walk her dogs and go to the gym. She looks forward to what’s next, where it will take her and what ground it will break.