Theatre Addicts: TOMATOES TRIED TO KILL ME BUT BANJOS SAVED MY LIFE - VAN FRINGE 2018

 

 

CBC Calgary:

"The banjos represent a life he wasn't born into, but a life he chose for himself"

Calgary Herald:

"There is a twinkle in Alessi’s eyes that is both charming and disarming"

Winnipeg Free Press:

"Alessi’s inspirational and compelling tale will pluck at your heartstrings, clawhammer style."

Edmonton Journal:

"It has all the hallmarks of an uplifting tale..."

Daze Magazine:

"In the sea of what seems like a high amount of  one-person shows at this year’s Fringe, here’s one to put high on your list"

My Entertainment World: (Toronto)

"Keith Alessi’s well-structured one-man show about following your passion is honestly delivered with a certain folksy charm I didn’t expect to find in a former top executive."

Vancouver Presents:

"Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me But Banjos Saved My Life is an intimate and affecting show."

Fringe Review - Regina:

"He performs with a genuine passion – the man sure loves his banjos! The message of the show is positive and inspiring, and is delivered in a compelling manner."

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."