The most hotly anticipated off-Broadway musical of the season, Ross Golan's The Wrong Man at MCC, has a backstory perhaps even more compelling than the show itself. With direction by Tony-winner Thomas Kail (Hamilton and In The Heights), musical supervision, arrangements and orchestrations by Tony & Grammy-winner Alex Lacamoire (Hamilton, In The Heights and Dear Evan Hansen), choreography by Emmy-winner Travis Wall (So You Think You Can Dance), and three-time Tony-nominee Joshua Henry as its star, the anticipation is easy to understand. But are the hype and comparisons to Hamilton warranted? The short answer is The Wrong Man is an entertaining, politically correct, song-cycle that provides a showcase for the myriad talents of Joshua Henry and two of his co-stars, but it's not Hamilton. The long answer is, of course, more nuanced. . . .