Johann König is in the middle of life: He has fathered three children, planted two trees and built a house. So the next tasks are practically imposing themselves on him: He has to plaster the house, prepare for the children to move out, and cut down the trees. At the same time, he is completely out of touch with life: For he is often in thought or in mushrooms, bathing in the forest and enjoying his own and nature's whims. In his new program he asks the pressing questions of the present: 1. which is more effective: children who forego school for environmental reasons or parents who forego children for environmental reasons? 2. does the Asian shop for Asian furniture also sell Asian Asian furniture? 3. what shall we do with the drunken sailor? The latest stage play of the exceptional choleric is also the most brilliant so far: cool in analysis, warm in poetry, hot in performance.
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