Soldiering together in jungles 13,000 miles away, they saved each other from certain death and found a love like no other. Too fearful to act on their truth in times of racially and homophobic charged hate, they took separate journeys. It’s taken Milly so long to fully become who she truly is and now it’s time to find Milo and shake him from his quiet existence.
Introducing Sandra Caldwell
Milly~ Milly Fredericks
Having finally found her true self, Milly is resistant to let go of anything meaningful. Now She’s ready to hold onto someone she’s always wanted.
Sandra Caldwell is a celebrated actress with numerous stage, television, and movie credits to her name. She got her start as a showgirl in New York and traveled the world before settling down for a spell in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. While there, she wrote and starred in a one-woman show called "The Guide to Being Fabulous After You've Skinned Your Knee." It was during this time that she came out publicly as transgender and auditioned for a transgender role in the off-Broadway play "Charm." In 2015, she starred in the TV Mini-Series "The Book of Negroes." Additionally, in 2020, she spoke candidly about transgender representation in the media in the Netflix documentary "Disclosure."
Introducing Bart McCarthy
Milo ~ Milosh “Milo” Paszek
A retired US Postmaster, he never took to any risk-taking in his life. Milo has always been there for anyone in need, even at the expense of self-neglect. Now he has a chance to do something for himself.
Among more standard roles, Bart has been delighted to play aliens, pirates and bad guys, as he had dreamed about doing when he was a kid growing up in Texas. He received his BS at University of Texas (Hook 'em Horns!) and his MFA at Brandeis (Mazel Tov!). Bart founded Boston Arts Group, an avant-garde theater complex, and was the award-winning Artistic Director of Synapse Dance Theater. His NEH funded one-man show, Lincoln Play, performed over 500 shows throughout New England and Great Britain. Bart has taught, among other subjects, Dance Improvisation at Goddard College, Vermont College, Lesley University, and independent studios. Besides authoring 18 produced plays, he still found time to direct and produce national college tours via American Program Bureau. He has worked in dozens of theaters from Boston's Charles Playhouse to the Los Angeles Opera Company, and of course, several Edinburgh Fringe Festivals. Screen acting details are listed here on IMDb, but it should be mentioned that Bart has also been seen in dozens of commercials, including at least six as George Washington.