Two men save the world
Two people meet. One says to the other: "My wife needs space for herself." What begins as a joke turns into a nightmare for the other. Because as soon as they move in with the other, one of them shows the other how to live from now on: Gender-appropriate, packaging-free, vegan! Language-sensitive and woke! And because the other person doesn't want to change, one of them sticks to the floor. You know these debates from home? Philipp Schaller's new cabaret comedy takes the argument from the kitchen table to the Herkuleskeule stage, takes the lunacy to the extreme and yet finds no answers. Musicians Jens Wagner and Volker Fiebig ensure that the music is highly musical - with new beats and such virtuosity that even arguing is fun. The show is directed by cabaret artist Ellen Schaller, who puts all her experience to good use and would love to play along. But she can't, because it's a play for two: Hannes Sell and Philipp Schaller.