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St. Norbert College Theatre Program to Present “She Kills Monsters”

From St. Norbert College, March 17, 2017
by Mike Counter, mike.counter@snc.edu, 920-403-3089

The St. Norbert College theatre program will present "She Kills Monsters" starting Friday, March 31, and running through Saturday, April 8, in the Webb Theatre, Abbot Penning's Hall of Fine Arts on the St. Norbert College campus.

All shows will be held at 7:30 p.m. with the exception of Sunday, April 2, when a 2 p.m. matinee will be presented, followed by a discussion with the cast and crew.

The story follows Agnes, a young, "average" woman who has just lost her teenage sister and only sibling, Tilly. When Agnes discovers Tilly's Dungeon's and Dragons notebook, Agnes ventures into a high-octane world and goes on an unexpected adventure of dragons, gelatinous cubes and succubus. Not only does Agnes undergo a transition of new found confidence but, she also earns a closeness with her sister she didn't have before. Written by Qui Nguyen the script is steeped in edgy, comedic high-school speak that attracts a fan base from Geek theatre and beyond.

"She Kills Monsters" is directed by the associate dean of visual and performing arts, Stephen Rupsch with scenography by April Beiswenger, associate professor of theatre studies.
Technical direction is by Brittney Roffers and fight choreography by Tom Verbrick.

The crew and cast include Dex Anschutz (Black Creek, Wis.), John Berens (Milwaukee, Wis), Bethany Doll (Mt. Calvary, Wis.), Megan Carpenter (Appleton, Wis), Sarah Conrad (Kewaunee, Wis), Katherine de Guia (Palmdale Cal.), Samantha Dick (Reedsburg, Wis.), John Dicks (Lake Villa, Ill.) Taylor Donoval (Chicago, Ill), Sammi Dyson (Slinger, Wis.), Elynor Gregorich (Greenwood, Wis.), Walker Lake (Green Bay, Wis.), Brigid Moran (Naperville, Ill.), Hanna Raczek (Mosinee, Wis.), Mallory Shefchik (Green Bay, Wis.), James Viall (Green Bay, Wis.), Madeline Wenc (Lake Forest, Ill.), and Jack Zampino (Milwaukee, Wis.)

Tickets are on sale now. Advance prices are $15 for adults and $5 for students. To purchase tickets online, visit http://tickets.snc.edu. The play contains adult language and situations.

For more information, contact the St. Norbert College ticket office at (920) 403-3950, or visit http://www.snc.edu/performingarts.