It’s because of that kind of support that Erwin believes putting on this self-written play was even a possibility for Nate or any of those involved.
”He’s really had a lot of doors opened for him here in the Camanche School District,” she said. “The other students show him such respect and he’s really allowed to be himself here. I think that’s really opened him up and made him a pretty popular kid around here.”
While Nate has embraced his fame as the school’s newest play director, he is more enthusiastic to see his story come to life on the stage and seeing the crowd enjoy the work he has done.
For him, this is like watching his favorite episode of Scooby Doo happening at his high school, and he couldn’t be more thrilled that others will get to enjoy it with him.
”I can’t wait to say thank you to everyone for being in the audience,” Nate-the-Great said. “And I want to say to everyone, happy hunting and solving mysteries whoever you are.”