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Six Degrees of Separation - Lincoln Center
Poster ID: CL27439
Category: Theatrical/Stage and Plays
Designer: James McMullan
Year: 1990s
Actor / Director: John Guare playwright , DAVID EIGENBERG as the young man and Stockard Channing as the socialite. John Benjamin Hickey as Flan Kittredge
Country: American
Approximate Size 81 x 41 inches
Condition: Very Good
Price: $400

NOTE: The price of this poster includes linen-backing. -- Handsome poster by well-known poster designer James McMullan. Six Degrees of Separation is a 1990 play written by John Guare that premiered at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, Lincoln Center, on May 16, 1990, directed by Jerry Zaks and starring Stockard Channing. "One of the points of “Six Degrees” is that everybody feels like an outsider, including those in the V.I.P. rooms. In this uncannily empathetic satire from 1990, a well-heeled couple on the Upper East Side of Manhattan — Flan Kittredge (Mr. Hickey), an art dealer, and his wife, Ouisa (Ms. Janney) — come to realize just how tenuous their foothold on the good life is, when Paul stumbles into their world one night."

Keywords: Drama,Black Interest,John Guare,James McMullan