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 October 2014

Posted on December 15th, 2014

Grant Baciocco, a letter show favourite, reads a letter he wrote as a child to his all-time hero.

Arlene Schindler reconnects with an old flame on Facebook and the results are...compelling.

Robin Roberts shares a letter from a professor that goes to show teachers don't always know best.

Patrick Bristow and Grant Baciocco improvise a strange and hilarious burst of correspondence based on the audience suggestion of a "cease and desist" letter.

Jessi Trauth shares a letter from a dear friend that helped guide her through her darkest hour battling a debilitating sickness. This show marked not only the one year anniversary of her sickness taking hold but also her return to the stage on her road to recovery.

Jayne Entwistle, To Whom It May Concern Producer, reads an homage to the bartenders of Los Angeles.

The musician for this episode is the amazing Madeline Tasquin.