They are a married couple. They are life and stage partners. They are an excellent, well-rehearsed team. They have performed several successful plays together, the last program "Ich mag Tisch" up and down the country until last year. It took them across all theaters, to many galas, private or corporate events "until it was just played out."
And now a new stage play is being created, in which the audience will again be served up plenty to laugh at and smile about, but also to think about. Stories that are written by love and even more so by life. The play begins in everyday life. Somewhere you meet. At some point the train arrives. Somehow you meet in the compartment. And there a rainbow of different, unusual and funny incidents opens in all colors.
Two people rediscover their old world. Bröckelmann and Bröckelfrau, as they now call themselves for their new program, parody these worlds in their own inimitable, funny and clever way. Bluntly. Lovingly. Provocative. From the noise in the rear compartment, to the collar bursting over the many regulations on the train. She drinks coffee and the (cold) coffee comes up to him again and again quite pointedly.
A unique piece is in the making, in which many people will recognize themselves and also again so many public figures are charmingly pulled through the cocoa. Best entertainment is once again guaranteed with David Bröckelmann & Salomé Jantz.
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