...Never Dream, The Movie


Tara Garwood (Anne)

Tara Garwood was born and bred in the DC suburbs and has been working in theatre, film, and TV since childhood. She has been seen in several Hollywood films, including “Game Change” with Julianne Moore, "The Invasion" with Nicole Kidman, "My One and Only" with Renee Zellweger, and John Waters' "Cecil B. DeMented". She has also worked on many industrials and independent films, including "Women's Studies", a wonderfully campy horror movie in which she plays a homicidal psycho with a feminist agenda. Tara has also performed on stage at the Kennedy Center, Center Stage, Journeymen Theater Ensemble, American Century Theatre, Maryland Shakespeare Festival, Baltimore Shakespeare Festival, and Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, as well as many other fine theatres in the area. As a filmmaker, Tara has written, produced, and directed two short films. “Lonely” has screened in several festivals and “The Lake” will be making the festival circuit in 2012. Tara is a proud member of Screen Actors' Guild, American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, and Actors' Equity Association.

Lee Ordeman (Arthur)

Lee Ordeman is a stage and film actor, working mostly in the mid-Atlantic region. His film work includes Commitment (Team Sizzle), currently at festivals, and the HBO film Game Change, now in post-production. He is featured in two award-winning web series: The Videomakers (www.thevideomakers.tv) and Mark of the Eagle (www.markoftheeagle.com). Most recently on stage, he appeared in Purge and The War of the Worlds with Scena Theatre, and he worked with Moises Kaufman in his workshop production of Tennessee Williams screenplay One Arm, which Kaufman is adapting for stage. As a dancer and movement artist he performed internationally with Kei Takei’s Moving Earth in Tokyo, where he was a company member for five years. He is an instructor of Shintaido, a modern movement art based in the Japanese martial arts with applications in the performing arts, meditation, healing, fitness and health. A member of Actors’ Equity, he trained at Catholic University and Williams College.

Tricia McCauley (Charlotte)

Tricia McCauley is a Washington, DC-based actor.  Her film credits include The Papergirl and Dead Giveaway, and she’s been seen on TV in Vital Scan and America’s Most Wanted.  She’s also worked in numerous commercials and industrials.  As a stage actor, Tricia is a company member at the Washington Stage Guild, where her favorite roles include Anna in Anna Karenina and Barbara in Major Barbara. She has also performed with Charter Theatre, Catalyst Theatre, Imagination Stage, Theater J, Olney Theatre, Cumberland Theatre, Scena Theatre, and in a Kennedy Center national tour.  Offstage, she connects people with plants as an herbalist, health coach, lotion-maker, and urban farmer.  She is a proud member of Actors Equity Association and the Screen Actors’ Guild.

Jim E. Brady (The Abbott)

Jim Brady, can be seen in HBO’s The WIRE, Iron Jawed Angels, and numerous films. He enjoys working with new filmmakers and playwrights. He recently completed The Louder The Better and is currently working on VEEP, a new HBO series starring Julia Louise Dreyfus.Jim is a proud member of SAG,AFTRA and AEA.

Matthew Pauli (Vampire)

MATTHEW PAULI -As an actor, clown and puppeteer, he has traveled the world, performing in Europe, Africa, Asia and the United States.  He graduated from the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College in 1991 and has been performing ever since.  He has been a clown doctor in the Big Apple Circus Clown Care Program since 1999, performing on regular rounds at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC and at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, MD.  From 2003-2009 he toured with the Big Apple Circus, sharing the role of Grandma the Clown with her creator, Barry Lubin.  More recently, he earned an MFA at the Shakespeare Theatre's Academy for Classical Acting at George Washington University.

Travis Blumer (Servant)

Travis received his BFA from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts at The Stella Adler Studio, and has performed in numerous films and plays in New York, which include "The Infinity Prison" at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, and the Les Freres Corbusier production of "Dance Dance Revolution."  He has recently completed the 2010-2011 Acting Fellowship at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington DC.

David E. McBee (Monk)

David E. McBee studied Theatre at West Virginia University.  While there and since he has worked at different theatres in many capacities.  Properties Manager, Set Crew, Costume Crew, Stage Manager, Actor, Orchestra member.  He has worked in House Management at Arena Stage and Studio Theatre and served as a nominator for the Helen Hayes Awards for four years.  David plays trombone and piano with DC's Different Drummers - the Washington, DC GLBT and Allies Community Band.

Brian Stever (Servant)

Brian is an actor out of Laurel, MD. He has been acting since a young age on stage and then film. His film credits include Safe House, Contingency 4 and  Consequences. His TV credits include Americas Most Wanted and Arab and Mooley. He studied film and acting at Howard CC and under Michael Gable at the DC Theatre Lab.

Website Builder