Too often, the narrative in stories about geek culture focuses on dudes. It fits with the stereotype of what a geek is — some guy in his teens or twenties, covered in residual dust from the powdery snack du jour, slurping down some unnaturally-colored, nauseatingly sweet, caffeinated beverage, while obsessing over a reality far removed … More She Kills Monsters
Or watching Figg during rehearsals jam out during scene changes. When she wears her lights up boots, those are the best to watch… pitch black scene change and then flashing red, blue and green lights appear from the audience. You know she is jamming.
You wouldn’t believe that a show set in Athens, Ohio could so penetrate the imagination, but Qui Nguyen‘s She Kills Monsters has you believing that you’re in playing Dungeons & Dragons with your friends. A three-dimensional version of D&D, complete with hot elves, dance battles, and a a five headed dragon. “Average Agnes,” an uptight English teacher (Sarah Verespej), … More Geekery at it’s Finest!