The Ringelnatz program of the Erfurt cabaret "Die Arche"
Many an audience member wanted to burst out laughing at the Ringelnatz program, during which even the most reserved Mecklenburger could not help but smile. So wrote the OZ.
Ringelnatz, the German poet from Wurzen in Saxony with Thuringian roots, sometime sailor, inventor of Kuttel Daddeldu, is presented in this program full of wit and poetry.
He rumbled off and then became very gentle again with the letters and poems of Hans Bötticher - the civil name of the verse-smithing light sailor - to his beloved "Muschelkalk". In addition to the melodies from the sailor's piano, including Ringelnatz's favorite song "La Paloma", partner Verena Fränzel also contributed the occasional "na, na" to dampen her colleague's exuberant fantasies a little.
He then put the brakes on a little, only to soon start paddling at full steam again. Broadside after broadside of sailor's yarn from Captain Muckelmann, who has never told a lie, but has experienced everything "orchinaal" himself. Ahoy. Kornwestheimer Zeitung
Almost two hours of great cabaret with Ulf Annel from the cabaret "Die Arche"/Erfurt and the musician Verena Fränzel.
Very close to the original. Hessisch-Nassauische Allgemeine
An evening that is second to none. Südthüringer Zeitung
Successful throughout. Compliments. Norddeutsche Neueste Nachrichten