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How I Became A Superhero

ensemble theatre · the broadwater second stage · Ages 8+ · world premiere · 40 mins to 55 mins · United States of America

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Otto Sparks and Reggie Spencer are two online activists with dreams of changing the world. When Otto decides to take a leap out from behind the computer and into the business of vigilante justice, he and Reggie are cast on an adventure that sets them on a collision course with colorful characters and powerful figures they only thought existed in comic books. But how will they know who the bad guys are? And do the good guys ever really win?

The second Hollywood Fringe project from writer/actor John Patrick Daly, following 2018’s Encore winner New Kid on the Block, How I Became A Superhero is a tale of humor, heart, and what it really takes to be someone amazing.

“A fun and zany show that takes elements of the superhero genre and pokes fun at all it’s usual tropes while delivering a satisfying and enjoyable unique story.”
Matthew Robinson

“What a smart, bold and funny show!”
Zoe Wang

“How I Became a Superhero is a fun, uplifting play that helps bring out an inner child that’s been just begging to come out and play.”
Alexandra Fiallos

“The show was RIDICULOUSLY funny and so much fun to watch!!!”
Mariana Lila

production team

john patrick daly *
otto/playwright
jack de sanz *
benny/sean/mayor
jessica carlson 
candice/reporter
nicholas acciani *
projection designer
joshua winkler 
lighting designer
denise barrett *
costume designer
james ferrero *
sound designer

* Fringe Veteran

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Next shows: 6/20 @7:30pm & 6/22 @5pm

A new musical comedy from the team behind last year's hit Fringe musical, DISASTEROID! "...A laugh-filled plot, some lively C&W infused tunes and some very clever lyrics [makes] Earth to Karen a fun-filled outing.” – Rob Stevens, Haines His Way