We invite you to a very special show created and performed by CSI alumnus Mark White ’13. He placed third in our very first “CSI’s Got Talent” competition in 2012.

Fresh off his “New York’s Got Talent” win last year, he produced an Off-Broadway performance. We are lucky to have him bring this performance to CSI for the campus and greater Staten Island community:

To Whom It May Concern
Friday, Apr. 12, 7:00pm
Center for the Arts (Building 1P) Williamson Theatre
Running Time: 90 minutes
Tickets: $29, $19, $9
www.cfashows.com or box office: 718.982.ARTS (2787)

To Whom It May Concern is a concert-style show about a teenage boy who finds himself on the George Washington Bridge, preparing to jump. He writes a letter to explain his reasons, retracing the events that have led up to this moment. Within the indomitable power of Mark White’s music is a life-affirming message for all ages that helps raise awareness for many modern day causes.

Starring: Mark White, Diane Zerega, and Matthew Spadafora

Check out Mark White’s music online.

This event is made possible, in part, by a DCA Premier Grant from Staten Island Arts, with public funding from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and is sponsored by College of Staten Island, Division of Student and Enrollment Services/Office of Student Life.