The cast. of “She Kills Monsters” includes; In front, from left, Ginger Smith, Mary Melquist, Charlotte Morin, Brady Gardner, Megan Hopper, Kathryn Ross, Julie Sanborn, and Caroline White. In back, from left, are Larry Vinal, Patrick Hamlin, Hannah Hanson, Birdie Gay, Emily McLean, Amy Griswold, Scotty Venable. Absent is Abby Jones. Submitted photo

The Monmouth Community Players, along with Marquis season sponsor, Great Falls Regional Federal Credit Union, and season sponsors Auburn Savings Bank, Winthrop Area Federal Credit Union, and LWPE Law Offices, invite you to join them for their performance of Qui Nguyen’s “She Kills Monsters.” Co-directing this adventure are Mary Melquist and Scotty Venable. Their team includes Caroline White as stage manager and Emily Kalafarski as producer.

Performances are set for March 10-19, 7:30 p.m. March 10, 11, 17 and 19; and 2 p.m. March 12 and 19, at Cumston Hal, 796 Main St., in Monmouth.

Follow Agnes Evans, a normal high school teacher, on her quest to discover the true meaning of love, strength, and identity through the writing of her somewhat distant sister, Tilly. After her family dies in a devastating car crash, Agnes finds a hidden treasure that holds the key to learning more about her sister, an original Dungeons & Dragons adventure crafted by Tilly. Embark on an adventure with Agnes to not only kill the monsters laid out before her but to learn about her sister’s life in a way she never thought possible.

This colorful campaign is brought to life by a multi-talented cast of actors from all over Maine, including: Julie Sanborn of Gray; Megan Hopper of Sidney; Brady Gardner and Abby Jones of Farmingdale; Patrick Hamlin of Wales; Kathryn Ross of Gardiner; Emily McLean of Sabattus; Amy Griswold and Ginger Smith of Winthrop; Hannah Hanson of Waterville; Birdie Gay of Monmouth; Charlotte Morin of Lewiston; and Larry Vinal of Augusta.

“She Kills Monsters,” by Qui Nguyen, is presented through special arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French Inc.

Tickets cost $18 for adults and $15 for seniors/students.

 For more information or to purchase tickets, email, call 207-370-9566, or visit

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