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She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms Digital Playbill

She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms

by Qui Nguyen

Directed by Victoria Collado
Scenic and Video Backgrounds Design by Kristina Kicak
Costume Design by Quill Schreibeck
Lighting Design by Avalon Cole
Sound Design by Kristen Sacerdote
Production Stage Management by Lori Ann Zepp

 

CONTENT NOTICE:

This production of She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms contains adult language and explores themes of grief, suicide, violence, homophobia, and sexuality.

CAST

 

PRODUCTION TEAM

 

PRODUCTION STAFF

Production Manager - Hannah Mason
Assistants to the Director - Mary Barbaria, Hope Johansen, Hannah Lewis
Assistant to the Stage Manager - Mya Tamburello
Video Supervisor - Rocco DiSanti
Zoom Operator - Matt Straub
Intimacy Director and Fight Choreographer - Katie Bradley
Production Assistant - Courtney Ross
Voice and Speech Coordinator - Chris Neher

 

Chair, Department of Theatre Arts - Jill Stevenson
Assistant Chair for Production Pedagogy and Lighting Design Faculty - Ray Recht
Operations Director, FAPA- Matt Land
Technical Director and Design Mentor - Rob Dutiel
Assistant Technical Director - Courtney Ross
Theatre Technician - Millie Cowan
Costume Design Faculty - Karen Kinsely
Stage Management Faculty - Lori Ann Zepp

 

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