To Whom It May Concern

A Live Monthly Show

Archive for the month “March, 2015”


Allyson Adams wrote a beautiful and heart-felt letter to Paris Jackson after Paris’ 2013 suicide attempt, empathizing with her loss and certainly a loss felt around the World, she will share that letter April 4th!

Robin Roberts returns to the letter show with an admonishing letter from Mattel about appropriate Barbie Fan Club etiquette!

Steve La Rue and Laura Parker round out the line-up along with a letter by To Whom It May Concern Producer, Jayne Entwistle. Add Adam Levy’s music to the mix and the brilliant quirk of improviser Ben Siemon and it’s sure to be a cracking night at To Whom It May Concern!

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To Whom It May Concern is thrilled to have an artist of Levy’s caliber at the next letter show not only to play his own music but to accompany the letters as well!

“Adam Levy has mastered the guitar and its versatility. He writes, performs, teaches and probably sleeps with a guitar. He is in heavy demand as a session player and a touring band member by top performers. Levy’s guitar work has appeared on recordings by Norah Jones, Tracy Chapman, Amos Lee, Sex Mob, Ani DiFranco and many others. He has performed onstage with all of these artists — as well as with Rosanne Cash, Lisa Loeb, Dan Hicks, and Darol Anger to name a few… his most recent album, Portuguese Subtitles, is number six… Adam is truly a Renaissance Man with a guitar.” —Vents magazine

Check out Adam Levy’s music

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Christine Schoenwald returns to the letter show with letters to and from her childhood days at camp!

Jayne Entwistle, a To Whom It May Concern Producer, reads a letter to her Uncle Al about the time he almost arrested her, twice!
Kevin Berntson improvises a letter based on the audiences answers to the following prompts, name a chain store: “Best Buy” and name an object you would find at Best Buy:  “an adapter”
Tanya McClure reads a no holds barred letter to her body.
Eric Weston returns to the letter show under the guise of reprising his toilet training his cats letter. what he really had in mind was an epic first for the letter show and quite possibly an epic last!
The musician for this episode was none other than Gyasi Ross
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