Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me but Banjos Saved My Life

Always wanted to learn how to play the Banjo but your meteoric rise to success in the business world running public companies and out-performing Yahoo keeps holding you back? So you keep squirrelling away banjos like acorns in closets and putting off your banjo dreams? Me too. Let's talk. The show with the most stars wins our Audience Choice Award! Click here to leave your review:

Writer and performer, Tomatoes Tried to Kill me but Banjos Saved my Life 
Keith's previous performances in New York City were on Wall Street, where he was well known as a successful public company CEO.  He has run companies in both the United States and Canada.

Encouraged by others to tell his personal story of challenges and triumph, Keith wrote Tomatoes Tried to Kill Me and performed it in Chicago, Toronto, Edmonton and Vancouver during 2018.  He is excited to kick off 2019 at the Frigid Fringe in New York.  He will be taking the show to the Brighton, UK, Orlando, Windsor, Edmonton and Vancouver Fringes this summer.

A dual US/Canadian citizen, Keith splits his time between his homes in Vancouver, British Columbia and Roanoke, Virginia. He received his MBA from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and is currently an adjunct Professor of Law at the Washington and Lee University Law school in Lexington, Virginia. In his free time, he pursues his passions of flying and banjos!

Producer/ Dramaturg Tomatoes Tried To Kill Me But Banjos Saved My Life
Erika Conway, a Canadian actress, writer, and producer is no stranger to the stage. Her 25 year career has included acting in multiple roles both on stage and in film/ t.v. including: Anne Frank: The Diary of Anne Frank, Beatrice: Much Ado About Nothing, Alma: Summer And Smoke, Mother: The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, Dr. Lambert: Blackstone, and most recently Nyx in the new Canadian webseries Necessary Evil which premiered at the Edmonton International Film Festival in September 2018 and won Best Web Series in The Blood In The Snow Canadian Film Festival.

Theater has always been Erika’s first love and although acting has been a major part of her career and life, she has been more recently honing her writing and dramaturg skills.

In 2016, Erika wrote and produced a one woman show for the Edmonton Fringe Festival called Confessions of a Middle-Aged Drama Queen and was surprised to discover how much she enjoyed the producing side which has ultimately lead her to work on Keith’s one man show Tomatoes Tried To Kill Me But Banjos Saved My Life. She is thrilled to be working alongside Keith in his journey with this beautiful and inspiring story that he has to share and is moved by the people it has been touching.

As Erika continues to pursue her career in acting, writing and producing, she is constantly reminded how lucky she is to be doing this as it is her greatest belief that creating art is one of the most profound gifts we all have inside of us.
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