According to Funk and Wagnall: “A blank book in which to paste pictures, clippings, etc.”, “A personal notebook.”The problem with scrapbooks is that you never clipped enough, never took enough pictures or lost everything you meant to keep. But one thing that can’t be lost or misplaced are the memories that come to mind while you browse what little you have. Some memories are good and some are bad. But is is amazing, with time, even the bad memories become fond memories.You’re here because you must have clicked on the link to learn move about John’s theatrical career. Here are photos, programs and memories from John’s career that began in the mid 1950’s, ancient times for many of you. From High School to just before my career began at Meadowbrook Dinner Theatre. Also an off-Broadway credit from the mid 60’s, take a look at Cherry Lane for a surprise.So, as usual, browse and have fun.