Dear Show is a live advice show and podcast in which storytellers, comedians, writers and improv performers - essentially people who have absolutely no qualifications - make an earnest attempt to solve the real problems of real people with nothing but their own stories of screwing up to go on.
Brad and Mindy Raf dig into musical theater, Detroit, and whether an absence of taste makes you a sociopath.
Brad and Gabriel take on suits and racist grandparents.
Brad and his guest, Drew Prochoska talk Storytelling, writing and Stephen King and all the other important things.
Rory Scholl convinces you to never hire outside childcare and Brad advises you on handling your heart break the slow way.
Asher Nokek dispenses all the wisdom you will ever need.
JiJi Lee imparts what she has learned from Rom Coms.
The first of our live recording attacking the question of how to shortcut your recovery from a broken heart with Mark Pagan
Ashley Brook Roberts has never had a cavity and you should never move across country for someone else, but here's what to do when you do it anyway. We are back after a week's absence. Brad had one of those New York apartment crisis. He didn't think anyone would notice and he was wrong. Sorry about that.
Brad and his wife, writer/performer Cyndi Freeman, try to counsel someone who seeks to gain confidence in spite of his limited intelligence.
Brad, Jeff Scherer, Cyndi Freeman, and Amy Pasquale try to help someone coping with an STD and then talk about all the drugs they've done. They've done a lot of drugs.
Brad and Gary explore religion and the brief window in a young man's life when you can be excused for bringing a guitar to a party.
Brad and Mark discuss bad co-workers, girls your own age, and Mark's unique way of dealing with stress.
Brad and Leslie advise someone about indulging their significant other's fixation on enormous animals.