Davin is an actor, singer, and dancer. Currently she is earning a BA in theatre and a minor in French and Education at Dartmouth College, set to graduate in June 2019. She has studied at the British American Drama Academy (BADA) at Oxford under the direction of Ian Wooldridge. With the Dartmouth Rude Mechanicals, she has played leading roles in King Lear (Cordelia/Fool), Much Ado About Nothing (Hero), Richard III (Lady Anne), and Hamlet (Ophelia). Davin has played Sophie in If It Isn’t You in every performance since the summer of 2017. Off-Broadway, Davin played Mandy in Double Trouble and Jenny in Cheerleader v. Goth, both at the Abingdon Theatre. On the screen, Davin has played the lead roles in the film shorts: Memories of Her and Bit as well as roles in the film Letters to Juliet and the web series Tutor Pimp. Recently she has interned at Amblin Partners in Los Angeles and Sikelia Productions in New York.
Malcolm Joung is currently a senior at Dartmouth College, where he is studying Engineering and Theatre. He also is a member of the Dartmouth Dodecaphonics, and raises award winning oysters on the side. Past roles include Woof (Hair), Benedick (Much Ado about Nothing), Kent (King Lear), and Sweeney Todd (Sweeney Todd). He hopes you enjoy the show!
Brooke is a current Senior at Dartmouth College studying Theater and Film from Providence RI. Brooke has studied classical acting at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and is an avid long-form improv student at The Upright Citizens Brigade, The Groundlings, and The Second City. Since arriving at Dartmouth she has acted in HAIR, Cabaret, What Every Girl Should Know, and Don Juan Comes Back From the War. She was the 2018 recipient of the David Birney Award for Excellence in the Theatre Arts. She has voiced characters for Pound Puppies, Littlest Pet Shop and Transformers: Robots in Disguise. She has been honored to be a part of this production of the award-winning play If It Isn’t You; both originating and reprising the role of Girl during Summer and Fall of 2017 at Dartmouth. She is incredibly grateful for the opportunity to perform at the Fringe Festival this year.
Owen is very excited to be returning to this role for a third time. Currently, he is a senior at Dartmouth College majoring in English with a minor in Theater and an interest in Russian. His most recent stage role saw him starring as Winston in the Dartmouth Theater Department's production of 1984 under the direction of Peter Hackett and he has performed in a wide variety of shows from Shakespeare to Tina Howe. When not on stage, he can be found performing with the Dartmouth Cords, an all-male a cappella group which he serves as president, beatboxing for Dartmouth's freestyle rap group, or in the library attempting to decipher the works of Geoffrey Chaucer.