GAC Presents: Grim & Fischer by the Wonderheads!

“Grim and Fischer is utter magic.” – CBC

One-act play | Devised and Performed by the Wonderheads
Sponsored by Carol Martin of Coast Realty Group

Wednesday, March 25 | Reception 6:30pm, Show 7:00pm, Q&A 8:00 | Ages 10+ | Tickets $20, $10 for ages under 17, at the door | Community Hall | 2200 South Road | More info: or 250.247.7409

The Grim Reaper meets his match in Mrs. Fischer, a stubborn senior whose will to live is a force to be reckoned with. Equal parts hilarious and touching, this award winning physical comedy by mask imagineers the WONDERHEADS is the story of a tenacious granny who comes face to face with the Grim Reaper himself and must put up the fight of her life to escape his definitive grip.

Grim and Fischer is performed in full-face mask, a form so magical you will forget your age and marvel in childlike delight. Wordless and whimsical, it has been described by audiences as watching a living cartoon, or live-action Pixar.

The show has been touring the continent since 2009 and leaving sold out houses and delighted audiences in its wake. A profoundly fun blend of physical theatre, comedy and pathos, Grim and Fischer is an extraordinary experience you won’t soon forget.

Grim and Fischer is recommended for ages 10 – adult.

WONDERHEADS is a multi-award winning physical theatre company specializing in mask performance and exquisite visual storytelling. Think living cartoon.  We work in full-face mask, a rare and whimsical form of theatre, and we love nothing more than mashing comedy, beauty, irreverence, and pathos together to create shows like nothing you’ve seen before.

“You will laugh, you will cry, you will stand in awe.” – Edmonton Sun
“Fantastic, in every sense of the word.” – Cincinnati Enquirer
“It’s all wonderful, original, beautiful fun to watch unfold on stage.” – Calgary Herald
“The intense comical elegance you get from the best of the old Warner Brothers animations.” – Cincinnati Citybeat
“It is powerful, surprising, and, yes, moving.” – The Globe and Mail


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