Six Degrees of Separation

SF Playhouse    9/22/2007 - 11/17/2007 (schedule)


Category:  Drama

The originator of the phrase “Six Degrees of Separation” is a play inspired by an
actual incident—a young African-American man gained access to the homes of
upper class New Yorkers by pretending to be the son of actor Sidney Poitier. Six
Degrees of Separation is a witty, biting, yet ultimately sincere commentary on
what drives people: the desire for money, fame, social standing, comfort, and, for
the lucky, a desire for meaningful human connection.

Bill English ....  Director
Bree Hylkema ....  Costume Design
Betsy Ayala ....  Properties
Selena Young ....  Lights
Chris Houston ....  sound

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