By Lee Cataluna in collaboration with Sean Joseph Choo
What makes a superhero? Is it incredible strength? The ability to see through walls or hear a whisper a mile away? Is it the skill of knowing when someone is in need? Four friends in a Hawai‘i schoolyard explore what it takes to be a superhero. They come to realize that the women who raise them are the the strongest, fastest, bravest people they know.
This project is part of a national effort for BIPOC playwrights to re-define what is a super-hero.
Features: Music, singing, dancing and humor.
PUBLIC PERFORMANCE DATES
• Opens Friday, January 19 @ 7:00pm
• January 28 @ 2:00pm
• February 4 @ 2:00pm
SCHOOL PERFORMANCE DATES
Tenney Theatre: Jan. 16 – Feb. 26, 2024
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday at 9:30 and 11:00am
- Wednesday at 9:00 and 10:30am
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