Meet the Team

Shuyu Cao is from Chapel Hill by way of China. She’s an English major in the class of 2016. She’s in charge of communications and fundraising (woo).  She thinks she’s the most interesting person in the world until she is asked to come up with a fun fact about herself. Then she faces (what she believes to be the truth): there’s nothing interesting about her. (We don’t think s

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John-Michael Murphy is a junior Environmental Humanities major. He’s from a rural town a little north of New Orleans. He love turtlenecks and only sometimes smiles in pictures.


Emily Rapport is a junior English major from Columbus, Ohio. She is on the monologue selection/editing team. She has been to Cuba.


Isabel McLain is a junior Psychology and Africana Studies major at Davidson. She is on the Advertising and Publicity committee for the Outsiders’ Monologues. She is passionate about art, discussing uncomfortable topics, smoothies… and the Lord of the Rings. Try to find her name in the credits of the Fellowship of the Ring! (She promises it’s there.)


Joey Allaire  is a senior History major from just outside of Washington DC. After performing in the Outsider Monologues in 2014, he is helping audition, cast and rehearse this year’s performers. In his past, Joey has competed in (and even won some) many karate tournaments around the United States.


Adam Hunter is a senior Psychology major and Medical Humanities minor from Wilmington, NC. He is active in the LGBTQ+ community and is a member of Davidson’s swim team. Adam was a member of the Outsiders’ Monologues planning team last year and is this year’s social media advertiser for the event.


Daniel Hierro  is an awesome sophomore from New Jersey. He is a Psychology and English double-major.


Callan Gies is a sophomore theatre major from La Canada, California. She is a part of the Rehearsal Team and her left thumb is triple jointed.


Ian Thomson is a Theatre major in the class of 2015. He’s from New Jersey and love, love, loves to sing and eat at Sabi– not necessarily at the same time.


Meron Fessehaye‘s feet are actually a half size apart, which makes buying shoes twice as expensive. She from Charlotte, NC, is an Africana Studies major, Arab Studies minor, and is a junior.


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