"too late is never too early" - cabaret
"I'll do it tomorrow", we know that. Repress, postpone, distract, leave it. But it doesn't always work. Too late is too early.
[Text box: Do you love political scandals, affairs, embarrassing everyday situations and satirical high blood pressure areas? Then you've come to the right place. Because a specialist is at work here. Jan-Peter Petersen (founder, author and actor of the Hamburg cabaret Alma Hoppe) presents his new solo program: "too late is never too early"]. A long list of unpleasant omissions quickly comes together: Things left lying around, neglected, repeatedly postponed, absolutely absurd things from the lowlands of everyday personal and social life. It's really annoying how often you have to put off important tasks before you've finally forgotten about them. And yet there are some things that we should not put off, both big and small: Problems in relationships and jobs, measures to combat climate change, creating peace ... and artificial intelligence as an extension of consciousness for the supposedly rational human being? Why go to the trouble of cracking the big nut when you can keep yourself happy with little chickpeas for all to see?
Procrastination has long been part of everyday life, even in our private lives. But Jan-Peter Petersen doesn't just have the usual suspects in his sights. Of course, one problem is that the politicians in charge don't live for politics, but from it. And since, as politicians, they receive no more money for solving a problem than for formulating it, they constantly make claims but run away from the solution.
A violent rollercoaster awaits you in this program. Jan-Peter Petersen combines cabaret-style biting topical texts with highly comical everyday episodes. The deficits become a plus. Pure cabaret.
This program could not be postponed. It's too late for that. And Petersen wouldn't be himself if he left it at a purely playful revue of numbers. His cabaret-style observation turns into a precise survey of current sensitivities. And is hilarious at the same time.
Don't miss this program. After all, you have nothing else to laugh about.