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She Kills Monsters

ensemble theatre · sugevi productions · Ages 10+ · flashing lights · 90 mins · United States of America

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JANETTE VALENZO certified reviewer June 17, 2019
Incredible!!! No need to know anything about D&D coming in, because the actors do a great job of adapting the game to fit their unique story on coping with the passing of loved ones. Vivi Thai and Susannah Snowden-Ifft's connection lifted from the stage and straight into the audiences' hearts. Such wonderful humor in a heavy piece! Great balance!... full review
BILLY RAY BREWTON certified reviewer June 08, 2019
One of Qui Nguyen's more emotionally resonant pieces, brought to life with energy and verve by a cast that was having so much fun it couldn't help but be infectious. ... full review
SAM PASTERNACK certified reviewer June 08, 2019
Between Vivi Thai's impressive performance and some excellent fight choreography, this show is absolutely worth checking out. ... full review
JOHN DUARTE certified reviewer June 10, 2019
I F***ING loved this show! I was lucky enough to attend the preview night. Not knowing too much about the show besides it being about Dungons & Dragons. It's way more than that. The major story line of Agnes (Vivi Thai) connecting with her dead sister Tilly (Susannah Snowden-Ifft). The whole cast were fantastic and the show has a lot of humor as well as some moments that I teared up in. I'll for sure attend performance of this asap. ... full review
JESSE PASTERNACK certified reviewer June 10, 2019
A funny and touching look at how people use culture to form legacies that can help their loved ones deal with trauma and pain. The production has a great cast lead by a fearless performance from Vivi Thai. ... full review
NATHANIEL BEAVER certified reviewer June 13, 2019
Lots of fun! Well done with the casting, lighting, costumes, and characters. ... full review
JIM BLANCHETTE certified reviewer June 16, 2019
tagged as: sexy · adventure · heartwarming · fun · D&D
This ensemble loves the material and each other. They commit to this marvelous script and their tenacity pays off. The women of this company constitute one of the strongest female ensembles I've seen at Fringe. Leading the charge is Vivi Thai, her beautiful transition between awkward role-playing newb to impassioned adventurer is measured and perfect. Susannah Snowden-Ifft, as the perky and adorkable Tilly, expertly tackles the tricky role of geeky sister and fantasy heroine. The core relationship between Vivi Thai and Susannah Snowden-Ifft is potent and real, exactly what the show needs to make us care about the characters in both the real and the fantasy world. This is a fun and surprisingly touching evening of theatre.... full review
BOB GUCK certified reviewer June 16, 2019
tagged as: heartfelt · hilarious · creative · unique · fun
This was a creative, fun, hilarious and heartfelt story. It was original and refreshing to see "nerds" get represented! The acting was hilarious and everyone had great chemistry and comedic timing. I highly recommend seeing this show! ... full review
LENNY HERNANDEZ certified reviewer June 12, 2019
tagged as: redemption · Love · role playing · play · D&D · combat
I was lucky enough to attend the Preview and I was pleasantly pleased that this show was my 1st watched Fringe show of the festival. Vivi Thai and the Dungeon Master navigate this play so well. They are both so charming and Vivi is just so heartfelt & grounded. This show was an absolute joy to watch. ... full review
ALBERTO VELOSO certified reviewer June 12, 2019
I didn't know what to expect going into the play. I went to see it because one of the actors is my friend. But I was BLOWN AWAY by how good it was. I don't normally watch a lot of plays, probably because the few I have seen are kind of boring, but that is NOT the case with this play. It was full of action and humor and HEART! I was amazed. I've never gotten teary-eyed by watching a play before, but SHE KILLS MONSTERS made me cry a bit. It was so moving.... full review