You’ll Get Em Next Year Kid Productions presents”How I Learned to Become a Superhero.”
Comic books aren’t the only place that you can find superheroes. No, the real world has its own share of Real Life Superheroes. Actual masked do-gooders who put on costumes and patrol their neighborhoods to fight crime (Or just make flamboyant displays of good citizenship). The new play how i learned to become a Superhero is about three such people. Far from the outlandish fantasy of Kick Butt, this play takes a long look into what might drive an ordinary person to don a mask and lash out the perceived evils of the world.
About the Director:
Andrew Diaz is the resident Stage Manager and Set Designer for “You’ll Get ‘Em Next Year Kid Productions.” Hoping one day to be a drama teacher, he is studying Technical Theatre and Design at Rowan University.
He has been an actor since the 6th grade, portraying roles such as Psuedolous (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum), Tom Collins (Rent), and Uncle Fester (The Addams Family), the latter of which he received the Count Basie Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical.
He has Stage Managed and Assistant Stage Managed various things at Rowan as well as Technically Directed shows at Black Bear Lake Day Camp, the camp in which he met Bill Condit.