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.

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.

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 has over 15 years of competitive dancing experience, however, her love for acting grew. 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, Zariah can be found songwriting, playing guitar, enjoying the outdoors with family and friends, or finding solitude in a cozy and quaint coffee shop.

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.

Emmie describes herself as a big city girl with southern belle charm. She has traveled the world following her passion for performing as a member of a girl band in Los Angeles, portraying six beloved Disney characters in both Florida at Walt Disney World and France at Disneyland Paris. Recently, she returned from the Caribbean where she rocked out for Norwegian Cruise Line in the stage production Rock Of Ages. Her experiences include stage and screen. As a triple threat, she loves the opportunity to utilize any and all skill sets whenever possible, singing, dancing, and performing.  She enjoys playing fetch with both her dog AND her cat (that’s right!), and she never met a latte she didn’t like!

Gregory Bordelon is a DFW-based actor and filmmaker from Allen, Texas. In 2015 he graduated from Chapman University (Orange, CA) with his B.F.A. in Television Writing and Production. He lived in Los Angeles from 2015 to 2020 and worked in numerous film and television productions, both in front of and behind the camera (Extinction, F Is For Family, The Fallout). He trained and performed sketch comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade and Comedy Central Stage with his touring troupe “William Williams” and enjoyed making short film projects that earned him Best Actor in a Drama at the Ouray International Film Festival in 2020. Gregory has a natural improvised charisma but compliments his performances with grounded depth. He’s great at being funny but can emote truth and make you feel things as well.

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.

Sean Stone is an actor, writer, photographer, poet, and director. He was born in the farmland of central Texas to a diverse and international family. His father was born in Guyana, raised between Canada and the US, to Indian and Irish parents. His mother was born in Texas. This created a unique lens through which to view the world by adding tremendous depth and nuance to the wide range of characters and dialects he is able to inhabit.

He made his TV debut as Billy Flynn on the television series Murder Made Me Famous (2016), and shortly after made his film debut in Great Plains (2016).

Sean is best known for his role as Louis on AMC’s The Son (2017), starring Pierce Brosnan, and has since appeared in several films, commercials, and television shows.

When not on screen he can be found creating. “There are those who have no voice in the narrative.  Who have stories and have lives that are the solution to the problems we face today, for a better tomorrow.  To give a voice to the voiceless is the mission. To amplify those who need to be heard.”

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.

Robin has been performing since the age of two when she started dance, and quickly moved to working in theatre. She went on to attend Interlochen Center for the Arts Camp, graduated from the Richardson High School Theatre Magnet and holds her BA in Arts and Humanities from UTD. Robin has performed at several theaters in DFW and Off-Broadway in NYC. She has been listed in many year end “Best of Lists” from area critics who have praised her physical comedy, timing, and natural performances. She has been dubbed a fantastic cold reader,
has a great ear for accents and loves doing voices. As an occasional podcast host, Robin has also honed her interviewing skills the last few years. She has a silver pug named Frankie she loves to cuddle in her spare time, while streaming her favorite shows and justifying it as “research.”