Meet the Dreamland Entertainment Team
Owner and Operator
Cara McGarrah began her company, Dreamland Entertainment, in 2018, but her passion for event entertainment began over a decade ago! Cara started her career in children's entertainment as a party princess performer. From there, she learned more skills, such as interactive deejaying and stilt walking, to become one of Houston's top event performers!
Cara McGarrah received her Bachelor's from the University of Texas at Austin with an honors degree in psychology and a minor in elementary education. During her college years, she performed at various venues in Austin, sang and choreographed for the UT show choir, The Longhorn Singers, and participated in upper-division courses in the UT musical theater department.
Cara McGarrah is a Houston native with roots in the Houston musical theater scene. She grew up in the Humphrey School of Musical Theater and performed at TUTS, Main Street Theater, and other venues around town.
When she isn't running her company or performing, Cara spends most of her time enjoying the company of her husband and three amazing kids!
Based on her experience in the industry, Cara created Dreamland Entertainment with the goal of cultivating meaningful relationships with her performers and clientele to connect the very best that Houston has to offer with our deserving Houston family!
Executive Assistant/Creative Consultant
Chelsea Duncan is a native Houstonian with 15+ years of experience as a singer, actor, and professional princess. She graduated with her bachelors in music performance from Houston Baptist University in 2010 and began working immediately with the Houston Grand Opera as a touring singer with Opera to Go!.
In addition to performing both operatic and musical theater roles, Chelsea has worked as a theatrical and vocal educator and director since 2008 with various companies and schools like The Village School, Main Street Theater, the University of Saint Thomas, and HITS. Chelsea has also served as the Programs Manager with the Houston Grand Opera Community and Learning Department from 2021–2023, and she is still an active teaching artist. Chelsea spearheaded the sensory-friendly programming at the Houston Grand Opera in her 2nd year in the education department and sees it as one of her greatest accomplishments.
She came on as a princess with Dreamland Entertainment in 2017 and as an agent in 2023. Chelsea also enjoys stilt walking and deejaying with the company on the weekends. She is so excited to watch this company grow!