Dallas-based actress Zariah Shields is a coming-of-age, soul-searching, hopeful romantic, and a gem of an actress and musical artist.
Zariah began dancing at age 2, assuming she’d become a professional dancer. However, her focused changed at the age of 9, with her first theater debut as pig number two in ‘The Three Little Pigs’. Zariah now has over 15 years of competitive dancing experience, however through those years, her love for acting grew.
After such discovery, by age 11 she began songwriting and taking acting classes. She also began traveling the United States, performing in a band with the music program ‘School of Rock’.
Trading her tap & jazz shoes for a script and microphone, Zariah began and continues training at Cathryn Sullivan’s Acting for Film. When she is not acting however, Zariah can be found songwriting, playing guitar, enjoying the outdoors with family and friends, or finding solitude in a cozy and quaint coffee shop.

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.

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.

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. Other skills of his include multiple dialects, musical theater tenor vocals, and being a trained fencer. Patrick is constantly honing his craft and enjoys every moment of it.

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.

Denise Lee, is an award-winning actress/singer who has performed in all genres of entertainment for more than three decades. She has an extensive film and television resumé, and she is also an accomplished vocalist. 2020 marks the 4th time she has been voted ‘Best Vocalist’ in the Reader’s Voice Awards of the Dallas Voice. Denise has delighted international crowds with performances in jazz clubs in Shanghai, Beijing, Switzerland, and France. She is the founder and Executive Producer of the Denise Lee Onstage Cabaret Series and the Dallas Cabaret Festival, which is entering it’s 6th year. Lee has recently added ‘playwright’ to her list of accomplishments. Her first play ‘Funny, You Don’t Act Like A Negro’ had it’s World Premiere at Historic Theatre Three in February of 2020.

Trisha Zarate is an American actress, producer, and animal activist, who began her acting career in 2013 while working as a part time waitress. She studied theatre at Tarrant County Community College and later transferred to KD Studios where she received Camera Study and Scene Study training. Now a full time actress, Trisha has appeared in several television productions over the last six years such as, The HBO Series “The Leftovers,” and ABC’s “False Profits.”  Today Trisha is actively involved in co-producing as well as starring in the National Black Film Festival award winning drama series “Peter.” Trisha’s passion for acting is just as big as her passion for dogs. She is heavily involved with finding homeless dogs a good home!

Originally from the Permian Basin in west Texas, Ashley has been performing in the voiceover booth, on camera, and on Dallas-Ft. Worth stages for more than 20 years.  From Harpo Marx to Hamlet, he’s portrayed a wide variety of characters in all kinds of projects and productions, garnering critical recognition along the way.  Outside of professional hours, Ashley likes to spend time running, playing golf, bass fishing, cooking, and bingeing good TV.

Kent Williams was born on an Air Force base outside Laredo, Texas and though intended for the military, developed an early interest in the arts, heavily influenced by the Sid & Marty Krofft stage shows at Six Flags Over Texas. Since then, Kent pursued training as an actor at Southern Methodist University and began a diverse career in both voiceover, beginning with FUNimation Entertainment’s long-lived Dragon Ball TV and video game series, as well as live family entertainment working with acclaimed Dallas Children’s Theater, Big Thought and the Texas Commission on the Arts. Performing live weekly, Kent serves as Tour Director and Lead Puppeteer with the award-winning Le Theatre de Marionette in Dallas.