School of Theatre & Dance

TheatreUSF Presents She Kills Monsters



She Kills Monsters
By Qui Nguyen
Directed by Dan Granke
TAR 120 (Theatre Center)


Thurs, March 22 – Sat March 24,
Thurs, March 29 – Fri, March 30
Thurs April 5 - Sat April 7at 7:30
Sun, March 25, Sat March 31 and Sun April 8 at 3:00

Tickets are $10 for Students/Seniors/Active Military and $15 general admission.  Group rates are available.  For tickets and information please contact our USF College of the Arts Box office at 813-974-2323 or online at arts.usf.edu.

Agnes is an average woman with a super-nerd for a sister.  She always thought that eventually she and Tilly would have something to talk about, until Tilly’s life is cut short through a car accident.  But that is not what this show is about.  What it is really about is Agnes, while packing her sister’s room, finds a Dungeons and Dragons module that it original Tilly.  So she takes it to Chuck, the Dungeon Master, to lead her through the game.  In it, Agnes fights alongside her sister Tilly, and Tilly’s band of misfits – a sexy elf, a sassy warrior woman, and an unwilling orc.  Together they battle fanged cheerleaders, exploding fairies and the ultimate Tiamat for Tilly’s lost soul.  And as the battle wages on, Agnes gets closer and closer to knowing and caring for her sister.

This show contains adult themes and suggestive humor and is intended for mature audiences.

The University of South Florida School of Theatre and Dance is committed to facilitating creative and academic artists and scholars though rigorous training in the studio, the classroom, and in performance.  Students have the opportunity to work closely with faculty and guest artists brought in by our British International Theatre and Holloway endowment programs.  The Musical Theatre program, Theatre Honors year-long intensive, and McNeil pilot playwriting program give students the opportunity to expand their theatrical horizons.  Our exclusively undergraduate program boasts intensive studies in the disciplines of performance, design and theatre arts as well as a close working relationship with our nationally and internationally recognized faculty.  For more information about our programs or to contact the department please visit http://theatreanddance.arts.usf.edu.

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