A used to be wannabe superhero who is neither super or a hero tries to find out who he is. He takes on something new... Writing a story that can only be told on Broadway. A story based on an individual whose story has had a large impact on his life. A story of love, loss and enlightenment. Through the writing and production of this, he comes to some personal realizations about his life as a man, a husband and a dad. The successes and the failures that were involved with each of his decisions and how thoseﾠdecisions still impact him today. Through all of this, a voice from the past keeps speaking to him. Will he listen to the voice? his friends? or his own intuition? We get to see as he experiences the highest highs and the lowest lows of his life and theﾠproduction. When the production is finally at its precipice, everything in his life comes to a head. He finally comes to grip with who he really is, unfortunately it's more than he can bear and a decision is made. This decision will not only set himself free but will allow others to see who he really is as well. What will it be? What is the big secret? Is he ready to step into the light? Only time will tell. This is one of the deepest, darkest and most profound story like this I've seen in many years. I'd definitely say it's not for a younger audience, not only because of some of the language and situations but because of the whole story line that would be beyond understanding for some. If you're up for it, and if you pay attention, you'll enjoy it. If not... only you can decide.