For Immediate Release:
Roland Comtois’ ‘Heaven the Experience’, a one-man stage show with a cast of millions, to open at The Stadium Theater, in Woonsocket, RI, January 8, 2017
WOONSOCKET, RHODE ISLAND – (August 1, 2016) The story of heaven has captivated hearts and imaginations since the beginning of time. Yet no one tells it quite like internationally acclaimed medium, author and inspirational speaker, Roland Comtois. The author of two spiritual memoirs, And Then There Was Heaven and 16 Minutes, Roland not only has spent a lifetime talking about the possibility of life after life, he has delivered tens of thousands of divinely inspired messages from the other side to the countless people who make their way to him every year in hopes of receiving confirmation that their loved ones made it to heaven. But on January 8, 2017, Roland will take the audience along on his own heavenly journey, describing in detail the sights, sounds and sensations he felt during his own near death experience when he crossed over to a place beyond description more than 20 years ago. His live one-man show opens at the 1000-seat Stadium Theater in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, for one night only on January 8, 2017 and it is expected to sell out quickly.
Roland’s story is personal and poignant, a true tale of his ascension up a staircase of light and into the heart of heaven. He will speak of his experience step by step, relating the events before, during and after he passed into another realm beyond the doors of human understanding. Standing on stage, he will reenact his journey and transport the audience to the place where he found answers out of reach for most, responding to the one question that has been on the mind and in the hearts of humanity for centuries. Does something exist beyond here? Set to the inspirational music of Steven Antonio Lupo and a moving video presentation by Shawn Cournoyer, Heaven the Experience is an event for everyone of every faith.
A professional healer with over 30 years experience as a gerontology nurse, Reiki Master, metaphysical teacher and grief counselor, Roland Comtois first realized his life’s calling at the age of ten with an unforgettable other worldly visit from his departed grandmother soon after her passing. His work in the health and spiritual fields during his adult years further opened his eyes to the possibility and the existence of heaven. Those visits continue today as departed souls and the loved ones they left behind seek out Roland to facilitate their spiritual communications and make real their longed-for soul-to-heart connections. His unwavering belief in eternal love transcends time and place as it transforms the lives of the people he meets.
Questions about the existence of Heaven and the after-life have been debated by persons of all faiths throughout the ages, raising many more questions than there are answers. A headlining story on a national broadcast of CBS Evening News quoted the findings of a recently released US Religious Landscape Survey, saying “America remains a nation of believers, but a new survey finds most Americas don’t feel their religion is the only way to eternal life – even if their faith tradition teaches otherwise, By many measures, Americans are strongly religious: 92 percent believe in God, 74 percent believe in life after death, with an equal number of American adults saying they believe in the existence of heaven.”
Through Heaven the Experience, Roland hopes to answer the universal questions that have been asked about heaven’s existence. Is heaven a place where we meet our loved ones or is it an imagination that looms in the mind of the believer? Is there life after death? Is there a place beyond here? These questions and many more will be explored through Roland’s telling of his own near death experience when he was granted the greatest gift of all: a real-life glimpse of a place blessed with wonderment, joy and eternal love.
To purchase tickets for this once-in-a-lifetime event, go to www.StadiumTheatre.com
For more information about Roland and Heaven the Experience, visit www.RolandComtois.net