Wonderheads Theatre

Sat, Apr 23, 7pm, 2016

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Recommended for ages 10 and older.

Grim meets his match…

…in Mrs. Fischer, a stubborn senior whosThe-Wonderheads-Emily-Windler-left-Kate-Braidwood-center-Andrew-Phoenix-right-Photo-courtesy-of-DesignEgge will to live is a force to be reckoned with. Equal parts hilarious and touching, this award-winning physical comedy 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 utter magic.”

WONDERHEADS is a multi-award winning physical theatre company specializing in mask performance and exquisite visual storytelling for adults and children. Their work is performed in full-face mask, a wordless form that mixes European larval mask traditions with character mask styles, resulting in a craft rarely seen on North American stages. Audiences have described the experience as watching a living cartoon – the whimsy and imagination of Pixar or Warner Bros in theatrical form. In this distinct style of storytelling, along with with rich soundscapes, fantastical puppetry, timeless slapstick and deft physical performance, WONDERHEADS makes it their business to step beyond words and ignite the hearts and imaginations of our every audience member.

DATE: Sat, Apr 23, 7pm. LOCATION: Winthrop Barn. TICKETS: Advance $16/adults, $20/door; $25/reserved, $5/student. Available ONLINE CLICK HERE, at Riverside Printing and Methow Arts (Methow Arts will be closed Apr 4-7.) CONTACT: methowarts.org, info@methowartsalliance.org, 509.997.4004

Wonderheads, SAT, APR 23, 7PM online“It’s all wonderful, original, beautiful fun to watch unfold onstage.”
– Calgary Herald

“Anyone who has lost someone they loved should expect to be deeply moved by this imaginative encounter with the Grim Reaper …You will laugh, you will cry, you will stand in awe that two mimes in masks can evoke such powerful feelings.”
– Edmonton Sun

“Intriguing, flawless and utterly brilliant.”
– Culture Vulture