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"I see someone who needs help... And I help. You think it's a weakness. You think it's simple... But you're wrong. It's what makes us human... Which is exactly what we're supposed to be fighting for. I know who I am. I rescue the helpless. I raise up the hopeless. I don't measure people's lives... I save them."
Dallas is a music theatre graduate from UCO, having performed alongside Jodi Benson (the voice of Ariel in Disney's The Little Mermaid), and Andrea McArdle (the orginal Annie on Broadway). Most recently Dallas has been seen in multiple productions at Lyric Theatre, including Les Miserables (Enjolras), The Glass Menagerie (Jim O'Connor), Some Enchanted Evening, and he originated the roles of Ben & Vincenzo in the new musical, Triangle.
Peyton has been entertaining since he was 8 year old. He has always loved to inspire others and bring them happiness through performance. Superheroes were always sources of hope for him, but his favorite was always Captain America. When his father was sent overseas, to the first Iraq War, he was comforted by the comics his dad would mail. He always envisioned his father as the Captain, representing the best values of the American Dream, and he is thrilled that he can now bring that joy to others. Peyton has competed in many film festivals around the country including, the Campus movie festival in Georgia were his film placed 4th in the state, and the 48 hour film festival here in Oklahoma City, where he was awarded with the best actor in an ensemble production award. He is active in commercial work as well as a few web series. In his free time, he teaches at the local YMCA where he is an assistant instructor for the childrens martial arts program. He also volunteers for both TeenEmpower and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. He is thrilled to be serving his community and helping improve the lives of the children he comes in contact with. He considers it a job well done if he can make a child’s imagination come to life for a few brief hours and can make the parents remember what it felt like to be kidz themselves.