Now: Windsor, ON, Canada

Venue Change! We're performing at the Windsor-Walkerville Fringe Festival this week, which is now located at the Heimat Windsor Banquet Centre, 1367 Drouillard Road, Windsor. Find it here!

Wednesday May 22 @ 3pm

Thursday May 23 @ 6:45pm

Friday May 24 @ 4:15pm

Saturday May 25 @ 8:45pm

Sunday May 26 @ 12:30pm

Get tickets & info HERE!

The Reviews Are In!

Check out what the critics are saying about the show!

 

Vancouver Presents: “Fringe review: Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me But Banjos Saved My Life is an intimate and affecting show.”

 

The Paper (Fupaper.blog) New York City

"An honest telling of one man’s journey.  Alessi’s performance manages to be warm, tear-jerking, and humorous all at once – a gem in New York City’s off-off-Broadway scene."

Full Review Here!

Theatre Is Easy (New York City): "Keith Alessi's Italian-Canadian corporate-to-banjo story is thoroughly entertaining."

"Alessi's story is straightforward, vulnerable, heartwarming, and full of traditional “old time” music of the Southern United States."

Full Review Here!

Sherpadoo.com (Vancouver):Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me, But Banjos Saved My Life is a show in the true spirit of Fringe. The performance will put a smile on your face, leaving you glad and happy.”

Vancouver Presents: Fringe review: “Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me But Banjos Saved My Life is an intimate and affecting show”

 

#FringeDuJour: 20 shows not to miss at this year’s Vancouver Fringe Festival

Katie’s Picks: “If the name isn’t enough to grab your attention, maybe you will be happy to hear that this show is for all ages. And the tomatoes are evil.”