The Nevada Conservatory Theater is proud to present Qui Nguyen’s performance She kills monsters 17-26 February at the Judy Bayley Theatre. Directed by May Liang.
Agnes Evans has to put the pieces together after the death of her younger sister Tilly. Though they were never particularly close, what she finds out about her sister sends Agnes on a fantastical journey through the mysterious world of Dungeons and Dragons.
Liang is a stage director/theater artist of color living in the San Francisco Bay Area and is the artistic director of the Ferocious Lotus Theater Company. She has worked with the American Conservatory Theater, Berkeley Repertory Theater Ground Floor Lab, California Shakespeare Theater, Crowded Fire Theater Company (Resident Artist), Ferocious Lotus Theater Company (Literary Manager, Producer), Bay Area Children’s Theater, Bay Area Playwrights Foundation and Bindlestiff Studios, Contra Costa Civic Theater, Just Theater, PlayGround Center for New Plays (Directing Fellow 2017), San Francisco Playhouse, TheaterFirst, TheaterWorks and Oakland Theater Project. May was a member of the 2017 Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab in New York City and a member of the directorial cohort of the 2019 Directors Lab Chicago.
The cast includes Ruliko Cronin as Agnes, Frannie Maas as Tilly, Agustine Ballesteros as Chuck, Greg Prusiewicz as Miles, Chiara Cala as Kaliope/Kelly, Jackie Martin as Lilith/Lily, Autumn Simone Morgan as Vera/Evil Gabbi, Nico Lemus as the narrator /Evil Tina/Farrah, Kaleb Bustamante as Steve and Luke Halferty as Orcus/Ronnie.
$25 – All seats
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