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Theater Review: ‘Six Degrees of Separation’

Six Degrees of Separation
BROADWAYPLAY
ETHEL BARRYMORE THEATRE
243 W. 47TH ST.

CAST
Allison Janney 
Ouisa 
Corey Hawkins 
Paul 
John Benjamin Hickey 
Flan 
Jim Bracchitta 
Policeman 
Tony Carlin 
Doorman 
Michael Countryman 
Larkin 
James Cusati-Moyer 
Broadway debut	Hustler 
Ned Eisenberg 
Dr. Fine 
Lisa Emery 
Kitty 
Keenan Jolliff 
Broadway debut	Woody 
Peter Mark Kendall 
Broadway debut	Rick 
Cody Kostro 
Broadway debut	Doug 
Sarah Mezzanotte 
Broadway debut	Elizabeth 
Colby Minifie 
Tess 
Paul O'Brien 
Detective 
Chris Perfetti 
Trent 
Ned Riseley 
Broadway debut	Ben 
Michael Siberry 
Geoffrey 

Written by John Guare
Directed by Trip Cullman
Scenic Design by Mark Wendland; Costume Design by Clint Ramos; Lighting Design by Ben Stanton; Sound Design by Darron L. West; Projection Design by Lucy Mackinnon; Wig Design by Charles LaPointe
Six Degrees of Separation BROADWAYPLAY ETHEL BARRYMORE THEATRE 243 W. 47TH ST. CAST Allison Janney Ouisa Corey Hawkins Paul John Benjamin Hickey Flan Jim Bracchitta Policeman Tony Carlin Doorman Michael Countryman Larkin James Cusati-Moyer Broadway debut Hustler Ned Eisenberg Dr. Fine Lisa Emery Kitty Keenan Jolliff Broadway debut Woody Peter Mark Kendall Broadway debut Rick Cody Kostro Broadway debut Doug Sarah Mezzanotte Broadway debut Elizabeth Colby Minifie Tess Paul O'Brien Detective Chris Perfetti Trent Ned Riseley Broadway debut Ben Michael Siberry Geoffrey Written by John Guare Directed by Trip Cullman Scenic Design by Mark Wendland; Costume Design by Clint Ramos; Lighting Design by Ben Stanton; Sound Design by Darron L. West; Projection Design by Lucy Mackinnon; Wig Design by Charles LaPointe

NEW YORK—There’s a fine line between believing the truth of a situation and wanting to believe it.  The powerful Broadway revival of John Guare’s 1990...




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