Poor Super Man is "one of the top ten plays of the year," according to Time magazine. "An unflaggingly witty and often moving slice of life . . . Poor Super Man explodes on to the stage like a bold comic strip, complete with snappy captions and hard, bright, witty dialogue," writes the Edmonton Journal.
About the Author
Brad Fraser is an award<->winning and internationally renowned playwright with a reputation for being dark, witty, often shocking, and always controversial. Born in Edmonton, Alberta, in 1959, Fraser has been writing for theatre and winning awards since his teens.
Besides being a playwright, Brad Fraser has been a playwright<->in<->residence, a celebrity spokesperson for The AIDS Network of Edmonton, and has conducted interviews with many interesting people including Kim Campbell and kd lang.
Fraser<>s success as a playwright was predicted early on
While Maclean<>s magazine told us Fraser was one of " 100 Canadians to watch, " Variety said he<>d be " a major new force in North American play writing. "
His plays have been produced worldwide including Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Chicago, Cinncinati, Washington DC, New York, Edinburgh, London, Sydney, Milan, and Tokyo. Brad Fraser currently lives in Toronto.