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July 8, 1990 | PATRICK PACHECO
Anecdotes are the meat of any dinner party, and, in the fall of 1983, New Yorkers were feasting on a juicy story about a charming young black man who managed to win the confidence of certain prominent New Yorkers by posing as the son of Sidney Poitier. On successive nights, "David Poitier" duped two couples by claiming to be a college friend of their children.
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July 8, 1990 | PATRICK PACHECO
Anecdotes are the meat of any dinner party, and, in the fall of 1983, New Yorkers were feasting on a juicy story about a charming young black man who managed to win the confidence of certain prominent New Yorkers by posing as the son of Sidney Poitier. On successive nights, "David Poitier" duped two couples by claiming to be a college friend of their children.
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July 8, 1990 | PATRICK PACHECO
When Stockard Channing received the call to join the cast of "Six Degrees of Separation," she had just finished starring in the pre-Broadway engagement of "Jake's Women," the first Neil Simon play to close out of town. About the last thing she wanted to do was jump into another play. Yet Blythe Danner, who had originally been cast in the pivotal role of Ouisa in "Six Degrees," had just quit the production and a replacement was desperately needed.
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July 8, 1990 | PATRICK PACHECO
When Stockard Channing received the call to join the cast of "Six Degrees of Separation," she had just finished starring in the pre-Broadway engagement of "Jake's Women," the first Neil Simon play to close out of town. About the last thing she wanted to do was jump into another play. Yet Blythe Danner, who had originally been cast in the pivotal role of Ouisa in "Six Degrees," had just quit the production and a replacement was desperately needed.
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October 13, 1994 | LEO SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
If you're a lover of the arts, you may just want to check into a Santa Barbara County hotel for the next few days, take off your coat and stay for a while. Because it's going to be busy. The arts and entertainment calendar over the next week includes plenty of theater, music, a wine festival and more. * Santa Barbara City College's Theatre Group will officially raise the curtain on its 1994-1995 season tonight with John Guare's multi-award-winning play "Six Degrees of Separation."
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