Segment: Community Theater Memories of Chris McCann

Debbie Botch, CuratorDebbie Botch, Curator

Community Theater Memories of Chris McCann

McCann’s Memories on Community Theater and SLOC

Guests: Debbie Botch, Curator, Edd Clifford, Performing and Jim Burton, Performing.

Debbie Botch will share memories of Chris McCann Schenectady Area Community Theatre and other artistic creations based on material from the Memoirs and Archive left as legacy. Also, one song that Chris wrote will be performed Jim Burton (keyboard) as part of segment. Ms. Botch also discusses a book on Jigsaw Puzzle art with photos of 1930s puzzles with artist paintings that Chris wrote. It is a coffee table art book and is still available. Title: Master Pieces: the Art of Jigsaw Puzzles

Edd Clifford is a performer known as “The Human Jukebox”.

Jim Burton is a musician with Jazz 4U Quartet.

Tribute: Chris McCann Memories, Community Theatre, Playwright, Songwriter and Author

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