To Whom It May Concern

Folks read their letters on stage; real letters they’ve written, correspondence back and forth or letters we wish we could write

To Whom It May Concern November 6th

Posted on November 21st, 2013

Here it is! The second live show recorded at Rafa's Lounge in Echo Park. It was a fantastic audience with some poignant letters and some eyebrow-raising ones.

Mark Nichols and Julie Lewis opened the show with original songs and Mark continued to improvise on the piano along with the letters.

Darrell Kunitomi, a native Angeleno who has worked for the LA Times for 35 years read a letter from his Uncle Ted. His Uncle was a volunteer fighting for the Americans during WWII. He wrote letters to his family imprisoned in a Japanese internment camp in Wyoming.

Christine Lakin, former child star and working actor reads letters of support from her Grandmothers and a letter from an actress to her "talent".

Todd Duffey, best known as the annoying waiter from the cult film "Office Space" reads some interesting fan mail.

Eric Weston clearly loves his cats and is dedicated to their well-being as is evidenced by his eccentric letter to the Litter Kwitter Cat Company.

Jayne Entwistle, Producer of "To Whom It May Concern", reads a letter to none other than David Lynch!

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