Rosebud Theatre presents "Tomatoes Tried To Kill Me, but Banjos Saved My Life" by Keith Alessi. Returning by popular demand, this autobiographical tale is set to grace the stage of the Opera House from March 20th to 23rd, promising an evening filled with laughter, tears, and ultimately, hope.

In this captivating narrative, Keith Alessi shares his remarkable journey of resilience and redemption in the face of adversity. Imagine being a self-made businessman, basking in the glow of success, only to have your world turned upside down by a cancer diagnosis. Instead of succumbing to despair, Keith embarks on a courageous quest for healing and self-discovery.

For those who want to guarantee their entry, Rosebud Theatre offers matinee performances Wednesday through Saturday at 1:30 pm, as well as evening performances on Friday and Saturday at 8:00 pm. Whether you're a fan of heartfelt storytelling, toe-tapping music, or simply in need of a dose of inspiration, this is one show you won't want to miss.

And here's an exciting opportunity: you could win your way in this week! Tune in to Claire Spencer in the mornings to find out the keyword, then text it to (403) 212-1061 for a chance to catch the show this weekend. Winners will be drawn daily through Thursday, so don't miss your chance to be a part of this unforgettable dinner and show experience.

For more information about Keith Alessi and his show, click here. See you at the Opera House!