staged reading with Jens Wawrczeck, accompanied on the accordion by Natascha Böttcher
The great passion of Jens Wawrczeck, actor, singer and dubbing artist, is Alfred Hitchcock and the literature "behind the movie". He knows so much about them that he has to drag them into the light and expose them: The invisible third parties - the novels and stories behind Hitchcock's movie successes. Murderous, musical, multimedia. Based on a novel by Jack Trevor Story, Alfred Hitchcock shot his 1955 film Always Trouble with Harry.
In the woods on the outskirts of a tranquil little town, little Abie finds the dead Harry. And although Harry was apparently of no interest to anyone when he was alive, three people want him transported to the afterlife: A respectable lady, a gnarled captain and Abie's mother, who was once married to Harry after all. Harry must have taken quite a beating - he was apparently shot, beaten to death with a hiking boot and fatally hit by a milk bottle. Harry's body is dug in and out of the ground several times, he finds his penultimate and penultimate resting place - and then the humorless deputy sheriff takes on the case ... A suspiciously exciting evening.