• 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