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55th Annual Cooperstown Winter Carnival

The 55th Annual Cooperstown Winter Carnival will take place from February 2 through February 5, 2023 in Cooperstown, NY.

Six Degrees of Separation (1993)

Rich Manhattan art dealers Ouisa (Stockard Channing), and Flan (Donald Sutherland) open their house to Paul (Will Smith), a young black man they find stabbed in Central Park.

Paul claims to be a friend of their children and the son of Sidney Poitier and has soon charmed the couple with his rich anecdotes and gourmet cooking. However, it gradually emerges that Paul may not be what he seems, and his intoxicating charm may not be so easy to escape. Also stars Mary Beth Hurt, Bruce Davison, Heather Graham, Anthony Michael Hall, Eric Thal, Richard Masur and Ian McKellen. The 112-minute comedy-drama film was adapted from John Guare ‘s Pulitzer Prize-nominated 1990 play of the same name.

Eva Davy, renown scenic artist with a vast list of credits in movies, TV, and on Broadway, will discuss her work on the film.

Fenimore Art Museum By Beyond My Ken

Fenimore Art Museum presents virtual tours focused on the museum’s collections

Fenimore Art Museum presents free virtual tours focused on the museum’s collection on select Tuesdays from January – March.

Tag Archive for: Otsego County

Six Degrees of Separation (1993)

Rich Manhattan art dealers Ouisa (Stockard Channing), and Flan (Donald Sutherland) open their house to Paul (Will Smith), a young black man they find stabbed in Central Park.

Paul claims to be a friend of their children and the son of Sidney Poitier and has soon charmed the couple with his rich anecdotes and gourmet cooking. However, it gradually emerges that Paul may not be what he seems, and his intoxicating charm may not be so easy to escape. Also stars Mary Beth Hurt, Bruce Davison, Heather Graham, Anthony Michael Hall, Eric Thal, Richard Masur and Ian McKellen. The 112-minute comedy-drama film was adapted from John Guare ‘s Pulitzer Prize-nominated 1990 play of the same name.

Eva Davy, renown scenic artist with a vast list of credits in movies, TV, and on Broadway, will discuss her work on the film.