Clay Jenkinson is the voice of Teddy Roosevelt and Thomas Jefferson: “Jefferson would not like the idea of ‘King’ anything”

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The voice of Thomas Jefferson and Teddy Roosevelt, Clay Jenkinson, talks to John about his upcoming performance, “The Big Schtick,” August 12. He also gives John random facts about Illinois. Get your tickets now for either show time, as we are coming close to selling out of 1 p.m. show tickets!

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