It's getting really real on The Goldbergs.Adam F. Goldberg's childhood. Like his namesake, Adam (Sean Giambrone) will audition for the school play — Jesus Christ Superstar, natch — as seen in the exclusive sneak peek below. But when he doesn't get cast as Jesus himself, Smother Knows Best Beverly (Wendi McLendon-Covey) takes it up with his drama teacher, Miss Cinoman (Ana Gasteyer).Susan Cinoman, a playwright and Goldberg's middle school drama teacher who encouraged him to write. "I became obsessed with playwriting when I was a kid," he tells TVGuide.com. "She'd read my stuff and the first one that was performed a lot, she was like, 'OK, now you're onto something.' She was always someone I'd admired, and she left our school to pursue playwriting and moved away."After The Goldbergs premiered last year, Cinoman reached out to her old pupil and pitched a ready-for-TV true story. "She was like, 'I gotta tell you this story that happened with your mom,'" Goldberg says. "She told me how she had a face-off with Beverly Goldberg when I didn't get cast in the role I wanted in the play. Theater was my thing because I didn't fit in, but I wasn't good at acting, so it was hard! So my mom was always storming down there demanding that I get better roles. So I was like, 'That's totally an episode!' So my middle school drama teacher has a credit on the episode."