City Councilman Stefan Wehringer welcomed guests to a shaker before Max Mayerhofer, Mara Kubic and David Cheever stormed the stage. A black armchair was enough for them to fill the evening with quips, funny sentences, and lots of facial expressions and gestures. Anyone who has been able to consciously engage with the speed of many punched lines has encountered the complexity of language in scenes and images.
So in this nonsense announced at the beginning of the evening a lot of meaning can be recognized. Three hats were to serve as important props and a triangle and guitar provided the background music. Carl Valentine’s scripts and scenes, which are still relevant today, brought color to the programme.
Perhaps the appointment with competition from the Opera Ball and Euroleague football was not the reason, but the acting performance of the eloquent trio would have deserved more guests. Incidentally, the hospitality of the ÖVP Retz Women’s Board of Directors was noteworthy and commendable.
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