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Lower Dauphin High School fall play is ‘She Kills Monsters,’ this weekend

Posted 10/31/18

Lower Dauphin High School’s fall play will be “She Kills Monsters” and will run Nov. 1-3 at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium.

Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for senior citizens …

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Lower Dauphin High School fall play is ‘She Kills Monsters,’ this weekend

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Lower Dauphin High School’s fall play will be “She Kills Monsters” and will run Nov. 1-3 at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium.

Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for senior citizens and students. There are some scenes which may not be appropriate for children younger than 13.

Written by Qui Nguyen, director Doug Grove describes the show as follows: “‘She Kills Monsters’ is a comedy, but it contains elements of action and adventure while tugging at your heartstrings. Agnes Evans has lost her sister, Tilly, in a car accident, and in an attempt to get to know her despite being gone, she begins to play a Dungeons and Dragons module that Tilly wrote before tragedy struck. Agnes meets many of her sister’s friends on her quest as she battles evil faeries, demonic succubi cheerleaders, dragons and too many other monsters to mention. Addressing themes of bullying, finding your inner strength and more, ‘She Kills Monsters’ appeals to kids and adults alike.”

The cast includes seniors Olivia Wagner, Sierra Fields, Sam Sincavage, Ian Tonkin Ashontae Kelly, Wulfgar Ramsey, Dennel Stump and Katie McDonough respectively as Agnes, Lily, Kalliope, Ocrus, Farrah the Faerie, Miles, Vera and the Narrator. Freshman Nora Holahan is Tilly; junior Matt Little is Chuck; Olivia Meyers is Evil Tina; freshman Maeve Ramsey is Evil Gabby; and sophomore Brayden Harris is Steve. Monsters/dancers include Tanner Kennedy, Dale Sanders, Olivia Dreon, Jack Wolfe, Sofia Walsh, Paige Berzinski, Alicia Jones, Hudson Millar, Angelina Smith, Malia Chambers, and Lauren Gusherowski.

Stage Managers are Lizzy Scipione, Gillian Price, and Carli Little. Lauren Grove is the assistant director.

Tickets are available at the door or can be reserved by emailing Grove at dgrove@ldsd.org.