Lisa Malone reads letters she was required to write home as a youngster visiting England, letters funnier now than when they were first written.
Laura Parker writes a spirited letter to the perpetrator of a Los Angeles road rage incident.
Robin Roberts reads a letter she received as a little girl from Mattel about appropriate Barbie Fan Club etiquette.
Steve La Rue shares a beautiful condolence letter he received upon the passing of his Father.
Ben Siemon improvises a ridiculously funny letter based on the audience suggestion of a "bad haircut"
Allyson Adams shares a heart-felt letter she wrote to Paris Jackson.
To Whom It May Concern Producer Jayne Entwistle writes a letter to American Express, about the perils of sticking your finger where it doesn't belong!
The musician for this episode is Adam Levy
Carolyn Martone reads a letter she wrote to Aaron Spelling when she was only nine years old. Children of the eighties, this will awaken fond memories of watching Fantasy Island and The Love Boat! We'd like to add that Carolyn's letter is so funny, she tours with the show "Mortified!"
Adam Gropman shares real letters from camp that can be found in the book Mortified: Real Words, Real People
Christine Schoenwald returns to the letter show with letters to and from her childhood days at camp!
The December show was stellar with standing room only and a crackling energy in Rafa's Lounge! Aaron Gilmartin started the night off with original songs on Flamenco Guitar and continued to accompany the letters with Flamenco, banjo and ukulele.
Marlene Nichols read a saucy letter from her 80 year old self to her present day self with advice we can all take to heart.
Lisa Waugh and Chris Sheets transported us to Alabama and the hardships endured by her Uncle Lee who grew up poor amidst fifteen siblings. A theatrical first at To Whom It May Concern as Chris played the part of Uncle Lee and spun a tale of drinking, fighting, thieving and redemption.
Drew Droege improvised a letter based on the audience suggestion of a scarlet letter. As usual he was loose, witty and hilarious.
Margot Leitman proved why she is a five time Moth winner with letters of a high school crush gone horribly wrong.
To Whom It May Concern's producer, Jayne Entwistle, read a letter to none other than Santa Claus or, as is more accurate for her British upbringing, Father Christmas.
The inaugural show at Rafa's Lounge, Echo Park.
It was a packed house, standing room only and the atmosphere was electric. "Kids On McCadden" opened the show with a few songs demonstrating feisty lyrics and a blend of African finesse and acoustic folk rock.
Marc Solomon accompanied the show on acoustic guitar, punctuating each letter with humor and a lyrical sensitivity.
Rene Parker (aka Marisol) a Los Angeles writer, actress and comedienne reads a love letter from twenty years ago.
Stephanie McCanles is a writer, producer, director and infinte undoable knot in your favorite necklace. She reads a letter to her brain!
David Razowsky is the former artistic director of the Second City Los Angeles. As a performer at Second City he worked with Steve Carrel, Stephen Colbert, Rachel Dratch, and Chris Farley, among others. David has directed Second City in Chicago, Los Angeles, Detroit, and The Second City National Touring Company. David is the voice of Dixon, the world’s coolest adult, in ABC’s animated series, The Weekenders, and has appeared on Spin City, Roseanne, and Late Night with David Letterman as the voice of Albert Brook’s parrot. Note: when he references "church bells" what you can't hear is an audience member's ringtone of churchbells going off during his performance.
George Earth is a music composer for film trailers and a performing guitarist with many album and toruing credits. He also dabbles in comic drawing, talk show hosting, and comedic writing. His Zodiac sign is Cancer and he is telepathic. He reads correspondence between himself and a Nigerian Scam Artist.
T-Wrecks is a writer and an artist and reads a letter to her Father.
Jayne Entwistle, host and producer of To Whom It May Concern reads a letter to the Meat Packer's Union.
If you have a letter, visit the website to learn how to submit or where to attend the next live show!