June 14, 2015
Interview: Scott Caan on Writing his New Play
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Not that it’s autobiographical, but Scott Caan’s new play, The Trouble We Come From, focuses on a guy at a crossroads when he finds out his girlfriend is pregnant. Never mind that Caan himself received the news from girlfriend Kacy Byxbee some time in late 2013, and was blessed with baby Josie James last July. Lest you confuse him with the play’s protagonist, Charlie, who can’t decide between committing to parenthood or playing the field, the Hawaii Five-O star was overjoyed to learn he was going to be a father.

“It’s one thing to have a girlfriend, it’s one thing to be married, it’s another thing to say ‘Let’s have this child together,’” Caan tells The Hollywood Reporter. “It no longer is about your feelings. We’re going to commit to each other. I don’t even think I’ll ever be married. But having a kid with this woman I’m with is stronger than any piece of paper or ring I can get.”

At Burbank’s Falcon Theatre through July 12, The Trouble We Come From began as a play with 11 interwoven characters, including actors playing past selves in flashback. Caan presented the play to the Falcon’s Kathleen Marshall LaGambina (Garry Marshall’s daughter), who showed it to Broadway director Matt August (Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas), who suggested paring it down to three characters.

“I said: ‘You’re completely out of your mind,’” laughs Caan. “I did a workshop with this guy and he really kind of showed me where the play was.” Not that Caan needed the guidance. This is his second play for the Falcon, and he’s written another half dozen or more for Playhouse West. [More at Source]

June 14, 2015
Video: “The Trouble We Came From” Teaser
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June 11, 2015
Video: “Rock the Kasbah’ Trailer
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June 10, 2015
Photos: “The Trouble We Came From” Performance Stills
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I’ve uploaded 5 photos of Scott during the performance of his new play The Trouble We Come From, you can check them out by clicking on the preview below:

   

June 2, 2015
Photos: “Entourage” Los Angeles Premiere
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I’ve uploaded over 70 HQ photos of Scott attending the premiere & after party of Entourage. Huge thanks to Maria for some of those, you can check them out by clicking on the preview below:

   

Public Appearances – 2015 – 1 June – “Entourage” Los Angeles Premiere
Public Appearances – 2015 – 1 June – “Entourage” Los Angeles Premiere – After Party

June 1, 2015
Photos: 12th Annual Celebrity Golf Classic
Gallery Update Public Appearances

I’ve uploaded 13 photos of Scott attending James Caan’s annual golf tournament. You can check them out by clicking on the preview below:

   

May 29, 2015
Video: Meet the cast of “The Trouble We Came From”
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May 29, 2015
News: “The Trouble We Came From” Scott Q&A Dates
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The Falcon theatre have added a few dates that will have a Q&A with Scott after the play. The dates are:

  • June 18
  • June 25
  • July 2
  • July 9

Head of to the Falcon theatre website & grab your tickets for that day.

April 22, 2015
News: A Conversation with Scott Caan
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SUNDAY, MAY 3
Raleigh Studios: Chaplin Building Screening Rooms

12 pm-1 pm
A Conversation with Actor/Photographer Scott Caan and Debra Weiss

Multi-talented artist Scott Caan developed a passion for photography in 2003 while directing his first film “Dallas 362”. Inspired and mentored by cinematographer Phil Parmet, Scott Caan has grown into a photographer to be noticed.

His journalistic style of photography is both intimate and evocative, unapologetic and compassionate. His first book “Scott Caan Photographs, Vol. 1 was published in 2009, followed by “Vanity – Photographs by Scott Caan” in 2014. [more info at source]
April 19, 2015
News: Scott’s New Play “The Trouble We Come From”
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The Falcon Theatre is proud to present the world premiere of The Trouble We Come From written by Scott Caan and directed by Matt August. In this romantic comedy Charlie (Michael Weston) finds himself at a crossroads in his life, with the news that his girlfriend is expecting. Charlie confides in his best friend, Vince (Scott Caan), that he has recently crossed paths with other women in his life, including previous girlfriends, and in this tangled web of relationships, is unsure about commitment. [More info & tickets