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Erich Schleyer reads Loriot II (German language)
With music from the Sain Mus duo

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For married couples going through divorce, for dog owners who are really animal servants, for fans of Wagner and for people who understand opera
„Kinder, ist’s bei uns gemütlich!“ (Children, it’s nice at our house!) Sentences like these from Vicco von Bülow, alias Loriot, have made his work immortal. In 1988 “Ödipussi”, his first feature film, was premiered simultaneously in East and West Germany – exactly 30 years ago. This anniversary is another good reason for Erich Schleyer, accompanied by the perfectly-matched musicians of the Sain Mus duo, to keep coming back to MuTh with more Loriot texts.
His first Loriot evening at MuTh took place several years ago – it seems even longer! So this is by no means the first time that the Dresden-born Schleyer has taken on the role of the master of subtle wit. Here is another chance to see his charming, humorous manner, this time using Loriot’s words to lambast the world of opera and poke fun at all that is held dear by those who are in love and by those who love their dogs. And what else has Loriot got to say? “To guarantee a happy marriage, a wife should be a little blind and a little deaf.”
Tickets: Band A €38/ B €33/ C €28; box seats €48
Student Club, children and young people: A €20 / B €15 / C €9