• FREE Previews (first Wednesday/Thursday performance)
   • $10 Opening Nights; $5 all other performances
Limit one ticket per UT student (with valid ID) for each production.
Simply stop by or call the Box Office Tuesday through Friday from Noon until 5 p.m. at (865) 974-5161. Tickets may be purchased at the door 45 minutes prior to curtain.

March 23 – April 10

Carousel Theatre

Directed by Casey Sams

“Dungeons & Dragons… and more… come to life in this adventure-filled story about sisterhood and acceptance.”

Agnes, the “average” sister, discovers a fantasy gaming notebook written by Tilly, her “anything-but-average” sister, that offers unexpected clues into her sister’s life.  Determined to know Tilly better, Agnes enters the raucously imaginative world of Dungeons & Dragons… and discovers things she’d never imagined.

Setting the Stage for the Future

Join us at She Kills Monsters and experience the Carousel Theatre one last time before she is transformed into a patron-friendly state-of-the-art facility.

Press Release (pdf)
The Daily Beacon preview (pdf)
ArtsKnoxville review (pdf)


This show addresses themes of bullying and homophobia and contains depictions of violence, mild sexual content, and profanity. Those with auditory and visual sensitivities should be aware loud noises, flashing lights, and theatrical haze occur at times in this production.

For more detailed information, please contact the Box Office at (865) 974-5161.

Run time is 100 minutes with no intermission.


Pay What You Can - March 23

Behind Scenes Sunday - March 27;  Join us for a special look behind the scenes with the Puppeteers Sunday after the matinee.

Designer Talk Back after Matinee - April 3; Talk Back with the Scenic (DJ Pike), Costume (M.J. Hromek), and Lighting (Josh J. Mullady) Designers after the matinee.

Actor Talk Back after Matinee - April 10; Talk Back with Director Casey Sams, and actors Rachel Darden (Agnes) and Rachael Allion (Tilly) after the matinee.

Open Captioned performance - April 10