Byron Nilsson shares his remarkable story of growing up as a brainy introvert who discovered he was most comfortable on a theatrical stage. But pursuing a living there turned out to be a challenge, leading to all manner of occupational diversion. He shares his stories of the variety of jobs he’s attempted and marriages he’s tried, and, with longtime music director Malcolm Kogut, throws in some appropriate songs. Enjoy an evening of comedy and music from a writer/actor who was condemned by his high school teachers as “too smart for his own damned good”, but managed to get a girlfriend or two anyway.
There will be one 15-minute intermission. Sponsored by Copake Auction, Inc.
Tickets are $5 suggested donation at the door.