Levels, the Great Neck Library’s Teen Center, presents their latest virtual play, She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms by Qui Nguyen on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 3, 4 and 5 at 8:00 p.m. Visit our website at greatnecklibrary.org/levels is where you’ll find links to register for free digital tickets for each LIVE online performance.
The play will be performed live over Zoom by teen actors at home and live-streamed in real time so that ticket holders can watch the play on the internet. Registrants will be emailed a digital ticket (on the week of the performance) that contains a link and log-in information to watch the performance. If you have any difficulty registering or have any questions, contact Barry Weil at email@example.com.
She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms is a coming-of-age story about high school cheerleader Agnes Evans, who is dealing with the death of her 15-year-old sister, Tilly. When Agnes finds Tilly’s Dungeons & Dragons notebook, she stumbles into a fantasy adventure in the imaginary gaming world that was Tilly’s refuge. In the game, Agnes encounters homicidal fairies, gamer-bro demons, five-headed dragons, and the truth about Tilly’s secret life and love. The play has been specially adapted by the author for virtual online performance, and contains some mature material.
The all-student production staff includes director Leah Schader, producers Aliza Fine and Maurice Zalta, original music composer Samuel Calto, art designer/choreographer Britt Trachtenberg, costume designers Gabriella Lopez and Nina Zar, and technical consultant Tyler “T-Rex” Hakimian. Levels alumn Billy Miecuna is master control operator. The cast of middle school, high school and college students includes Samuel Calto, Giana Colombo, Tals Elyaho, Sam Friedmann, Kylie Hoffman, Emily Hyman, Gabriella Lopez, Tiana Newman, Daliah Segal, Ben Pitt Stoller, Jessica Tamari, Britt Trachtenberg and Nina Zar.
Levels is the Great Neck Library’s cultural center for teenagers, established in 1974. Levels currently offers online events, workshops and other fun opportunities for teens, and presents fully staged virtual theatre productions that are directed, produced and performed by students in seventh grade through college-age. For more information, contact Levels at (516) 466-8055 ext. 216 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.