Fare marks the first feature film produced by Bad Theology Pictures Inc., a Charlotte-based production company founded in 2015 by Thomas Torrey and Justin Moretto.
Thomas graduated from Sarah Lawrence College with a concentration in Filmmaking. Thomas' work includes original film and television works including Little Star, Old Henry, and House of the Righteous. Fare is Thomas' first feature film.
Justin holds a BS in neuroscience from East Carolina University and an MS in biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University. He holds five patents and his breakthrough scientific articles have been published in the journals of Neurotrauma and Molecular Medicine, among others. Fare is Justin's first feature film.
Prior to Fare, Katherine Drew starred in the feature film Ipseity, from Absolute Pictures. She’s a three-time Best Actress winner for the Made In Charlotte awards in Charlotte, NC, and her modeling and commercial work has been seen nationally in campaigns for Coke, Wrangler and Samsung. In 2015, Katherine was highlighted in Today’s Charlotte Woman magazine as one of the city’s artistic women to watch.
Having trained with the American Musical Dramatic Academy of New York City, J.R. Adduci is known for his regional stage work in One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest, A Streetcar Named Desire and Venus in Fur, among many others. He is known in the southeast as Bobby in the widely popular Morris-Jenkins commercial campaign. His film work includes leading roles in Baltimore, Release and Fork.
Pat Dortch is a working actor living in Charlotte, NC with his wife Rachel and their three children. Pat teaches acting at The Actors Lab along with his acting mentor JD Lewis, and has been seen on the hit shows Army Wives and Nashville, and been featured in films such as Four Blood Moons, House of the Righteous and Out of One’s Misery.