Gabe and Grace stand leaning against a brick wall in an industrial-looking alley. They look off to the right in a faux-pensive manner. Gabe is closer to the camera. He has medium-brown shoulder-length hair and a goatee, and is wearing a grey toque and a white button up shirt with paisley pockets. Grace is farther away from the camera. She is wearing a grey slouchy toque, a grey and black plaid shirt with a light grey sweater over it. Behind them are rusty metal steps.
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Cereal in a Mason Jar is a mischievous sketch-comedy duo who use their background in theatre, film, and improv to imbue their bizarre characters with larger-than-life physicality and embarrassingly human flaws.
Grace Smith is a Canadian Comedy Award-nominated comedian, writer and performer. Grace was a co-creator of the 2018 Toronto Fringe hit Generally Hospital, and spent the summer of 2019 touring her solo show Slow Dancing With Mediocre Boys. She currently writes for The Beaverton and co-hosts the podcast I’m Not Mad At You.
Gabe Meacher is an actor born in Kingston, Ontario who studied at the Second City Conservatory. Gabe is best known for his role as ‘Eric’ in the critically acclaimed Canadian film Firecrackers, and he was nominated for a Best Actor Ouchy Award for his performance in the short film ‘Hogtown’. Gabe is making his debut as a lead actor in 2021 in the highly anticipated Horror film Infinite Light.