We are in a distant time, shortly after Corona. Two so-called normal people visit the Bundestag: He was applauded yesterday as a system-relevant caregiver, she didn't even get applause as a single mother. There is a discussion about who has to pay the costs. You see how the lobbies make sure that those are allowed to pay who have always been allowed to pay for all crises: the normal people. Emotions run high and they decide to storm the Bundestag and kidnap a CDU backbencher. What amazes them, however, is that no one feels responsible. Apparently, politics is too busy with itself. In the depths of the Bundestag, there are fast-paced play scenes and snappy songs. Together with Nancy Spiller and Sebastian Wirnitzer, Distel veteran Stefan Martin Müller throws himself into a program that is as funny as it is sharp-tongued, leaving no eye dry and no hair unsplit.
With: Martin Maier-Bode (book); Jens Neutag (direction); Britta Bremer (set design); Larissa Puhlmann (choreography). Playing: Stefan Martin Müller, Nancy Spiller, Sebastian Wirnitzer. Performing: Friedemann Matzeit, Guido Raschke
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