Cabaret for Women's Day with Ralph Richter
Well, that's what the general public thinks. That's spelled wrong. Never say never...where? On the cabaret stage, that's where it happens. Ralph Richter comes along with a new program. It's about time, because there's a lot to talk about. He makes cabaret about things that at first glance seem to have nothing to do with each other. Not even at second glance.
And he does without anything superfluous. No fussing and fussing. One man and his stories. Is that all? No, that's all he needs. Still, there's something to laugh about. All the time. In one go. Then he rides off. An attack on the diaphragm. Sometimes at Christmas tree stand level, but refreshingly mean.
Because there is so much that needs to be said. And if you don't understand something, then think for yourself. But you will laugh. At yourself and the others. You can only endure reality if you constantly reimagine it.
So find out everything you never wanted to know about printers who don't print and teachers who get in off the page. Richter, the honorary citizen of Beklopptistan, knows how mothers celebrate Mother's Day and that only men have a sense of humor. He knows what barbecuing has to do with rice cakes, why envy makes you jealous and why you have to be funny at carnival.
There's only one thing he doesn't know: can you talk faster than your mind allows? Anyway, better a know-it-all than no opinion at all. And by the time he starts laboriously gendering his way around, it's all too late anyway.
Unfortunately, that's all you can do in two hours. So give the stage performer two hours of your time. He'll make something of it. Without instruction and supervised thinking. But with - now spelled correctly - with class.
Admission: 17 euros incl. fees
Advance ticket sales from January 15 at the Tourist-Info Ribnitz, Am Markt 14, Tel. 03821 2201 and via Reservix