Review: Lucas’ ‘The Lying Lesson’ a gentle comedy

March 13, 2013 • Entertainment

This theater image released by Boneau/Bryan-Brown shows Mickey Sumner, left, and Carol Kane in a scene from Craig Lucas’ new play, “The Lying Lesson”, currently performing off-Broadway at The Atlantic Theater Company in New York. (AP Photo/Boneau/Bryan-Brown, Kevin Thomas Garcia)

NEW YORK (AP) — Sometimes it’s better to leave your first childhood crush in the past, or you may spoil lovely memories.

Craig Lucas’ gentle new comedy, “The Lying Lesson,” opened Wednesday night in an intriguing world premiere, presented off-Broadway by the Atlantic Theater Company.

Director Pam MacKinnon (who most recently helmed “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” and “Clybourne Park” on Broadway) creates a suspenseful air of cat-and-mouse intrigue, although who’s the cat is never really an issue. Set in a fictional coastal Login to read more

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