Grace Inthathirath 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. Grace 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.

Aaron Napier Martin was born in East Nashville, TN. He spent most of his life in Nashville and Knoxville, but in 2012, needed a change of scenery and he and his dog Charlie moved to Denton, TX.  A good thing, as this is where he fell smack-dab into theatre and found his love for acting.

His uncanny ability with dialects, along with a photographic memory, makes memorizing text, dialogue, and scripts come naturally to him. He’s got a few impressions in his toolkit as well (Brando), so he can pull that out for a quick ice-breaker.

Aaron is most recently known for his work in “Harsh Treatment” by Jonathan Paul/Josh Gilbert, and “The Last Whistle” (2019) by Rob Smat.

He may have started his acting career a little later in life, but Aaron quickly found that on stage and in front of the camera is where he was always meant to be.

Elisa Meléndez is a Dallas-based actor and singer by way of Los Angeles, Miami, and her Puerto Rican hometown, where childhood afternoons at her mother’s advertising agency gave her a unique fondness and skill for commercial acting. Shortly after moving to Miami, FL, she developed a passion for singing and songwriting. Her experiences as a rock singer along with her lifelong love of video games merged to guide her academic research on gender, representation, and music games—earning her a Ph.D. in Comparative Sociology in 2018. Elisa took her findings to the classroom and the video game industry, where she developed her warm, educational voice while also discovering a love for video game character acting and audiobook narration along the way. You can hear her most recently as villainess Tyreen Calypso in Borderlands 3 and narrating as Indir in Lizz Huerta’s The Lost Dreamer.

Aaron Campbell is a voice over artist, on-camera actor, and storyteller. He’s been acting both on stage, on camera, and driving his parents nuts with voice impressions since he was a young boy. He’s been featured in local, national, and international commercials. A VO-boothaholic, Aaron has worked numerous animated TV shows and films, and enjoys every second he spends in front of the mic. He holds a Masters degree in Acting from Southern Methodist University, and two Bachelors Degrees from Drury University in Springfield, MO. Before moving to Dallas, Aaron spent three years working as an On Camera Reporter and Main Anchor for KRBK.

Since childhood, Raven Lawes has always been passionate about performing, acting, and singing. An Oklahoman native, she began performing in many plays at church and school which led her to pursue her BFA in Acting from Sam Houston State University. She continued her training in Birmingham, England earning her Masters degree specializing in “Acting in the British Tradition.” In addition to acting herself, Raven is dedicated to sharing her love of acting by teaching and training her high school students in her theatre, film, and acting courses. In her free time, Raven enjoys reading, being in nature, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.

Mindy Neuendorff /nīn dôrf/ attests her acting skills to her powerful connection with empathy, her quirky sense of humor, and of course, the 24 years of experience she has performing in musicals, plays, and films.  Dancing was Mindy’s first love. She began at the age of 2 and quickly learned how to (endearingly) annoy her teachers by suggesting new moves and creating lavish stories and concepts for each dance. She competed in storytelling and play competitions, and later began to study acting techniques such as Chekhov and Meisner. In college, Mindy relished classes like script analysis and psychology, as these would undoubtedly help her understand and portray genuine characters, and to later win Best Actress Awards in festivals such as Austin Comedy Short Film and the Dallas 24 Hour Film Race.

Mindy also choreographs musicals in the DFW area and has had the privilege to co-direct several plays and short films. These projects, combined with professional experience in Visual Marketing and Copywriting, have given Mindy the skills to create entertaining content and to understand the components of a great performance.  Her hobbies include writing in a journal after a long day, drinking too many cups of coffee, and trying new things like kickboxing or skydiving.

Born and raised in Texas, Patrick Britton is a Theatre Arts BA graduate from the University of North Texas. His work at the university has molded him into a skilled screen actor and spokesperson. With a variety of training in film and stage acting, theatrical movement, stage combat, and even clowning, Patrick is a physically versatile performer with many skills to bring to the table. He has also worked in Denver traveling with Jurassic World the Exhibition as a performer and team lead, as well as directing an original play titled “The Goose: A Play Most Fowl”.” Other skills of his include multiple dialects, musical theater baritone vocals, and being a trained fencer. Patrick is constantly honing his craft and enjoys every moment of it.

Theresa Rowley is a DFW-based actress and singer from Amarillo, TX. In 2014, she graduated from Oklahoma City University with her Bachelor of Music in Musical Theatre. After moving to NYC in 2014, Theresa was featured in the national touring production of “Annie,” the world premiere of “Anne of Green Gables: A Folk Rock Musical,” in the NY Times & The New Yorker in an ad campaign for Vanguard Financial, as well as in a national ad campaign for ESPN & T-Mobile. In her spare time, Theresa enjoys playing the piano and writing her own music.

Molly Searcy is a lover of nuance, subtext, and versatility. These qualities are known to carry over into her work on stage, in the booth, and on camera. A classically-trained actor, Molly is a member of the Brierley Resident Acting Company at Dallas Theater Center. She earned her MFA in Acting from Southern Methodist University and her BA in Theater and Dance from The University of Texas at Austin. Molly is a voice over artist for Sentai Filmworks and FUNimation, with programs on Cartoon Network and Netflix. Molly comes from a ballet background, is a huge lover of animals, and relishes every opportunity to travel. She is a proud native Houstonian and an Astros fan.

The acting “bug” landed on Nikki while sitting in a college psychology course. She knew immediately that she didn’t want to sit and listen to everyone else’s problems for the rest of her life. Instead, she wanted to showcase their problems and hopefully their triumphs for the rest of her life.

After graduation, she took her talents to KD Studios Actors Conservatory where she met her first agent, Ivett Stone. From there, she began working in the commercial world and quickly moved on to film and television. She is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA, where she currently serves on the DFW local board.

Nikki is most often booked as a doctor, a law enforcement officer or a criminal. Her goal: to eventually play them all at the same time.

When not acting, she’s a fitness instructor, helps her husband run a custom suit business and sobs uncontrollably at ASPCA commercials.