Young Frank Abagnale tells his story of deception and family dysfunction with the glitz of a 1960s TV variety show. Loaded with satire and flashy dance numbers, ‘Catch Me if You Can’ is criminally fun, and the portrait of an elusive con artist is true.

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I’m betting that when “Victor Charlie” is a hit in a major theater, anyone who caught it at the Fringe is going to brag about seeing the world premiere in the Spreckels Theatre Raw space. By the way, the space is indeed raw, with paint peeling from the walls … and there may never be a more perfect venue for this show about a 1960s-era soldier than this former USO center.

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