A Live Monthly Show
We are on an extended hiatus but not for long! Please keep checking back to see when the next show will be and in the meantime, delight yourself with an episode from the archives. Visit the podcast page, listen to a live show and drop us a line about what types of letters YOU’RE interested in. email@example.com
What a wonderful episode filled with heart, history and a deep sense of place.
Lisa Malone reads letters she was required to write home as a youngster visiting England, letters funnier now than when they were first written.
Will Seymour shares a letter that has been in his family for over a 140 years, a letter that gives us a vibrant taste of place and history.
Jill Demby Guest returns to the letter show to read part two of a series of letters written to her partner who passed away suddenly.
Chris Sheets and Grant Baciocco improvise letters based on the audience suggestion of “camp”
Sandy Adomaitis wrote a letter to the cold case detective investigating the murder of her dear friend and received back a response that touched Sandy, and the audience, deeply.
Jonathan Menchin, the superb musician on this episode, reads a letter written to an old friend about success, tenacity and what happens when we give up.
Jayne Entwistle, To Whom It May Concern Producer, reads an ode to the costumed mascots of the world.
While the letter show is on a short Summer hiatus, we uploaded a new episode to keep you company!
No show in August but keeping checking back, we’ll announce the next show and a shiny new venue soon!
In the meantime, you can always catch-up on archived podcasts – just go to the podcast page.
After almost two years, we are finally taking a wee vacation! There will be no live show in July. Check back for August.
We do, however, have two podcast episodes to release so you will never be without a letter!
At the next letter show, Saturday June 13th, Will Seymour will share a 140 year old letter written by his Great Great Grandfather!
Just a quick note to remind everyone the show is June 13th and not the usual first Saturday of the month!
Take a listen and let us know which letter sticks with you! firstname.lastname@example.org
The Saturday June 13th letter show will feature two improvisers, two musicians and twice the letters.
The only thing not doubled is the price! But $10 tickets online now at Brown Paper Tickets.