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Lansing girls to star in Bishop Noll play She Kills Monsters

Bishop Noll Drama Club to present Dungeons & Dragons-inspired play this weekend

Information provided by Bishop Noll Institute

HAMMOND, Ind. (November 18, 2021) – Ruby Tolnai and Maisie Wragg, both of Lansing, are cast members of Bishop Noll Institute’s play She Kills Monsters, opening this weekend in the Bishop Noll auditorium. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Friday, November 19; 7:30 p.m. Saturday, November 20; and 2:30 p.m. Sunday, November 21.

Tickets will be sold at the door and cost $10.

The Drama Club is excited to welcome back a full house. All audience members will be required to wear a mask for the duration of the show.

This “young adventurers” edition of She Kills Monsters will take the audience to 1995 in Athens, Ohio. Punk rock, MTV, and Blockbuster Video were all the rage and so was a tabletop role-playing game known as Dungeon’s & Dragons.

Created in the 1980s by Gary Gygax, D&D is an improv storytelling game where players roll up character sheets and create mighty heroes to battle monsters, solve puzzles, and reap rewards. The game is still played by millions across the world, and She Kills Monsters follows the story of a girl trying to get to know her deceased sister better by playing a Dungeons & Dragons module her sister had written.

For more information, visit bishopnoll.org. Bishop Noll Institute is located at 1519 Hoffman Street in Hammond, IN. The auditorium is located through Door C.

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Bishop Noll Institute has been providing students a college preparatory experience grounded in Catholic values since 1921. Based in Hammond, Indiana, the high school serves families throughout northwest Indiana and northeast Illinois.