• A comedy about drinking, death, falling in love and a missing pacemaker
  • Sebastian wakes up with a memory blackout
    and discovers he's handcuffed to a coffin.
    Alice is polyamorous octogenarian who lives in a care home.
    Dave is a mortuary attendant with an unusual hobby.
    Bollock has his issues.
  • "A powerhouse of a storyteller... smart, wicked funny and makes it all look effortless... Gee weaves together seemingly unrelated tales of loss, love and drinking into one amazing narrative." Canadian Broadcasting Corporation ★★★★(Critics' Pick)

    "The fastest rollercoaster ride of storytelling in a six degrees of separation way. He brings characters and plot together in a twisty windy-up-down fashion with wit and humour, never missing a beat or breath." Do50, Victoria ★★★★★

    "An unexpected treat... Gee's performance imbues the humour and the delight in the living into each macabre detail and makes us glad to be alive... Gee has a rare talent for drawing the audience in and employing misdirection on a scale that would make a magician blush." Showbill, Victoria ★★★★

    "One of those talented individuals who can keep up a hilarious patter for an hour non-stop... he drags his audience with him, laughing all the way." Monday Magazine, Victoria

    "Gleeful subversiveness and joie de vivre... the frenetically energetic Gee impresses, delivering a show chock full of absurdist Brit irony, surrealism and the life-affirming big-heartedness that typifies his work... beneath it all is a keenly observant interest in the human condition."
    Victoria Times Colonist ★★★★½