Roman Riklin and Daniel Schaub - ("Heinz de Specht", Secondhand Orchestra "Freddie - Die Mundartshow") - have been successfully on the road since 2020 with their duo program "Was wäre, wenn - Ein Liederabend im Konjunktiv".
But what if, for once, they were to take to the stage not as a duo, but as a trio - reinforced by comedy star Michael Elsener, who for his part is touring with the program Fake me happy? An evening full of surprises would be guaranteed!
Of course, the two musical storytellers would sing their funny, touching and profound dialect songs and out themselves in their "songs you have to see" (supported by video clips) as lovers of cat videos, sing about emoji communication that has gotten out of hand or solve a murder as crime scene detectives.
And of course Michael Elsener would perform his stand ups and parodies in a playful and funny way. But equally, the two multi-instrumentalists would support the "smartest comedian in Switzerland" (Süddeutsche Zeitung) in his songs with tasteful arrangements and act now and then as sidekicks in his stand ups.
Elsener, for his part, would sing his own verse in songs by Riklin & Schaub, belt out a saxophone solo, or improvisationally supplement the content of a song with input from the audience.
In this way, the three experienced stage artists would skilfully work side by side and together, and one could say without any subjunctive: Riklin & Schaub and Michael Elsener offer the audience an exclusive theatrical experience.
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