"Actor-turned-playwright Scott Caan demonstrates a sweet streak not often seen in his film roles with his new play, "Two Wrongs," a merry trifle absorbingly staged at the Lounge II. Any young thesps would find this examination of neuroses' role in relationship-building a pleasure to play, though it'd be important to cast a trio as charming and verbally facile as those rustled up here by helmer Missy Yager."
More of Bob Verini's review of Scott Caan's Two Wrongs in Variety.
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
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