[image-1]While he did a damned good impersonation, Leo DiCaprio is not the real Catch Me If You Can bandit, Frank Abagnale, Jr. And Abagnal — you know, the teenager known for being an imposter and check forger — just so happens to live in Charleston.

Now you can meet the real Abagnale, Jr. for lunch if you enter Charleston Stage’s first ever online auction, held Feb. 3-March 10. The auction features a number of cool prizes including a one week stay in Breckenridge, Colo., rounds of golf at Dunes West and RiverTowne, a bowling package for 12 at The Alley, and more.

The auction’s goal is to raise $10,000 to support Charleston Stage’s education initiatives, which include youth acting classes, outreach workshops led by a resident professional acting company, school matinee performances, and a tuition-free apprentice program for high school students. No registration is required to view auction items, so head here to check out the list.

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