Comedy by Eugène Labiche
Lenglumé wakes up with a heavy hangover and can't remember anything, absolutely nothing. Not even of the man snoring next to him in bed. And so begins a breathless game of hide-and-seek and confusion about the memory gap of the night of drinking. Because a murder has taken place in the Rue de Lourcine. And Leglumé and his bedmate, who turns out to be an old school friend, are suddenly no longer so sure what they are capable of in the end. In rampant despair, they now cover up, twist and turbulently talk past each other! Eugène Labiche's play is a comedy classic - to the great amusement of the audience.
In the translation by Elfriede Jelinek.
Directed by Martina Eitner-Acheampong, who appeared as Erika Burstedt in the TV series "Stromberg" and in the films "Der Junge muss an die frische Luft" and "Der goldene Handschuh", among others.