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Catch Me if You Can, at the Neil Simon Theatre, has as promising a pedigree as either of these productions: a score by resourceful Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman of "Hairspray" fame; a proven director and choreographer in Jack O'Brien and Jerry Mitchell, who worked with them on "Hairspray"; and a story taken from a Spielberg movie about a wildly successful impersonator and forger pursued by a wily FBI agent. That's not to mention the talents of Norbert Leo Butz and Aaron Tveit, as song-and-dance versions of [img] sox hat-263ccs.jpg[/img] the characters created on-screen by Tom Hanks and Leonardo DiCaprio.
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