...Never Dream, The Movie

Production Team

Carl Randolph, Writer/Producer/Director

Carl earned his MA in Producing Film and Video at American University in May 2012, "Never Dream, The Beginning" will launch the new production company, Crystal Wolf Productions.

Originally from Baltimore, Carl returned in 1999 after performing for over 15 years in the Philadelphia/ NJ/ NY area. Carl is best known “up north” as an award winning actor, director, choreographer, and special effects make-up artist. His film credits include leading roles such as Gabriel Utterson in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Hades in Alex and Alex, Devlin the Destroyer in Sorcerers of Stonehenge School, the lead researcher Gordon in the psychological thriller Nocturne and Dad in the recent independent short The Lake by Tara Garwood. TV credits include lead roles in episodes of The Prosecutors on the Discovery Channel, Civil War Combat on the History Channel and the TV movie of the week Special Forces;GSG-9 where he played SAS Captain Barry Davies for the Learning Channel. Highlights of his theatrical credits include Eddie Lawrence in the long running comedy Shear Madness at the Kennedy Center, Bobby in the National Tour of A Chorus Line, The Wolf and Cinderella’s Prince in Into The Woods, Dan Needham in A Prayer for Owen Meany at Round House Theatre, Noel Coward in Noel and Gertie at Henlopen Theatre Project and MetroStage, The Constable in Fiddler on the Roof, John Hancock in 1776 at Olney Theatre Center, Col. Lawrence Chamberlain in Killer Angels, Jack in The Importance of Being Earnest and Sgt. Trotter in Mousetrap at Wayside Theatre, Alan in Opus at Washington Stage Guild and had the pleasure to open for Ms Rosemary Clooney in concert. His voice over credits include multiple commercials and independent films as well as narrating books for Potomac Talking Books Services. As a director/ choreographer, his credits include A Chorus Line (winner best director/choreographer, Ritz Theatre in NJ), My Fair Lady, Guys and Dolls and Terra Nova (winner best director, Burlington Footlighter’s in NJ). Carl was choreographer and lead dancer Sam Bones with Illusionist John Bundy and Morgan in their Halloween special Spooktacular on Tour for over 6 years. As co-owner of Morphiage, his make-up designs have been seen in productions of The Jungle Book (winner best make-up in NJ), The Wizard of Oz, Into The Woods, Spooktacular,  the feature film Breath and Bennett's Curse Haunted Attractions. Carl is a proud member of Actor's Equity Association, Screen Actor's Guild / American Federation of TV and Radio Artists. He is also the former  AEA Liaison for the Baltimore/Washington, DC region. Recently he became an Adjunct Professor for Howard Co. Community College in MD and is a new Board Member of TIVA-DC.


Habib Awan, Director of Photography/Cinematographer


Although only graduating from American University's Undergraduate Program in 2010, Habib Awan has hit the ground running within the local film scene. Working with local filmmakers suck as Justin Timpane (Ninjas Vs. Vampires), Kevin Kangas (Garden of Hedon), Chris Kiros (The Maladjusted), Otessa Ghadar (Orange Juice in Bishops Garden) in a wide variety of roles, his first big break was came in 2011 when he served as the DP for Fawad Ahmed's debut narrative short (Jack'd Up) and co-DP on Gary Ugarek's latest film (All In The Game). Entirely self taught through countless hours of watching films, reading, practice, and viewing DVDs with cinematographer commentaries, Habib takes stylistic inspiration from the works of David Cronenberg, William Friedkin, Paul Verhoeven, Sergio Leone, and Michael Mann. Habib plans on attending graduate school to further his knowledge of cinematography in the spring of 2013.



Morphiage, LLC, Special Make-Up Effects

Morphiàge, LLC is the creative partnership of make-up artists Carl Randolph and Robert “Bob” Yoho. Combined, they have over 40 years experience in all Media. Together, they can bring to life any creation for stage, screen, print, video and live event. www.morphiage.com








Jim Williams, CGI/Visual Effects

Mr. Williams has nearly thirty years experience in the computer industry including fifteen years experience in Computer Graphics. He earned a Masters Degree in Computer Graphics at George Washington University in 1995. He has worked at Pixar Animation Studios and currently works in the Scientific Visualization Studio at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center . In addition to software development, Mr. Williams has experience with the Lightwave 3D and Maya animation systems and with Pixar's RenderMan software.

Mr. Williams' screen credits include "A Bug's Life" and the Academy Award winning short, "Geri's Game". Mr. Williams' scientific animations have been seen on CNN, ABC, and other major news outlets and included in video presentations at several national museums.



Leo Schwartz, Composer


Leo Schwartz is an multi-award winning Film and Musical Theatre composer who also composes Concert Music and Jazz. In 2011, he was awarded the Gold Medal for Film Scoring at the Park City Film Music Festival. His works have been performed Off-Broadway, in Europe, on the radio, and in concert halls across the United States.






Sarah Melinda, Fight Choreographer


Sarah Melinda began her training in the art of staged combat in 2000 as part of her actor training program at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts.  She received her initial weapon certificates in Unarmed, Knife and Rapier & Dagger with the Society of American Fight Directors (SAFD).  Since then Sarah has expanded her training to include additional weapon certificates in Broadsword, Quarterstaff, Small Sword and Single Rapier with Dueling Arts International (DAI).  She has performed stunt work for the America's Most Wanted Series (Fox Television) and Critical Rescue Series (Discovery Channel).  She was the Fight Director for the independent short film SPADES produced by Stateside Productions.  Sarah has staged fights for Totem Pole Playhouse, Signature Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Theater J, and Charter Theater.  As an actress she has appeared on stage at Wayside Theater, Keagan Theater, Adventure Theater, Theater at Limekiln, Charter Theater, Way Off Broadway Dinner Theater, Festival Theater, Warehouse Theater, Maryland Renaissance Festival, and the DC Fringe Festival.   Sarah is currently a Recognized Theatrical Combatant and an Associate Instructor with DAI. 

Linda Swann, Costumer/Wardrobe

Linda Swann has been costuming with local theater companies for the past 20 years.  She has a BS in Musical Theater from Towson University and is currently working on her Masters in Secondary Ed.  When not busy costuming, she sings with The Boogie Knights (a local parody band) and teaches K-4.


David E. McBee, Props Master/Art Director

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.









Barbara Pinolini/Pinolini Casting, Casting Director

Barbara enjoys an interesting and diverse career as a casting director, actor, producer/director, voice over artist and teacher. She is the CEO and sole employee of Pinolini Casting providing talent services to several different independent and corporate clients for 20+ years. These services include specializing in the production of training materials for government agencies (FAA, TSA, FEMA, US Customs and Border Protection) providing actors, narrators and voiceover talent for video, audio, print and interactive media. Barbara is also an active member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Screen Actor’s Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.


R. Jay Crouse, Still Photography

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Amateur, published photographer with a classic (and sometimes Goth) eye and sensibilities...

I've only been doing portrait & 'live' model photography for a short time.  I emphasize 'live' model for a reason, one of my hobbies is cemetery art photography...  Hence, the Goth aspects.

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