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Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me but Banjos Saved My Life


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From the Fringe program:

An inspirational true story of overcoming life's challenges told with story, music and humour. Three awards at the 2019 NYC Frigid Fringe.

"a gem in New York City's off-off Broadway scene" - The Paper, NYC

"Funny, beautiful and deeply affecting" - Vancouver Presents

"You should absolutely see this show. It was raw, authentic and beautiful. " - Theatre Addicts, Vancouver

Show Length: 60 minutes
Suggested Audience: General


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Portage Place 3rd floor

Seating Capacity: 100

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Updated on Friday, July 19, 2019 at 1:22 PM CDT: Adds review.

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