President: Maggie Goscinski
Maggie Goscinski is a New York native and serves as CCT’s board President as well as on the board of Our Town Belfast. She is a member of Divisi Choir in Bangor and has trained with theater professionals such as Molly Webster (M.M), Angela Bonacasa (Society of American Fight Directors), Jessica Johnson Frohling (MFA) and at the Lucid Body Institute in NYC. Directing credits include Cold Comfort Productions such as ‘Conjured Eyes’ and ‘Bicycle Built for Two’ 2018.
Treasurer: Betty Lu Davis
Betty Lu has lived in (and loves) Maine and can’t imagine living anywhere else. It is the sense of community and the people in our small towns that make her love life here.
After working at BAHS (Belfast Area High School) both in the classroom and in the main office for 26 years, Betty Lu has learned to love people of all ages, and looks forward to working with the young people, and young at heart. As a grandmother of two, she hopes her involvement with CCT will help to inspire a love of theater in her grandchildren as well.
Betty Lu is excited to support all the talent that surrounds us in our community and looks forward to helping CCT continue to grow so others may see and appreciate all they have to offer.
Recording Secretary: Jon Burroughs
Jon Burroughs began his theater life in Belfast with Cold Comfort in 2018 In “The Boys Next Door” and “The Tempest”, directing music for “A Voice of My Own”. Opportunities for theater participation are much greater in Belfast than in New Orleans, where he lived for 25 years.
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Lynn Bushee is delighted to be retired since 2015 and back along the mid-coast following a career in urban health care. She dipped her toes in the water with A Voice of My Own in 2018 and looks forward to future roles. CCT has been a welcoming company and she is delighted to be an actor and 2019 elected board member.