A clownesque solo, freely adapted from the fairy tale Hans im Glück | ages 6 and up
Shortly before the beginning of the performance of the clown duo "Göttmann und Gemselein", Gemselein hands his partner his notice. Seven years have been enough. Now he wants to go home to his mother and demands his pay. After a tearful farewell, Gemselein leaves. On his way, he makes one "favorable" exchange after another - like Hans in Luck once did - until he finally comes home empty-handed, but literally relieved and overjoyed. Im Glück asks the question: What do we really need? Do the mountains of things we produce, buy and throw away again make us happy? Isn't less actually more?This content has been machine translated.