Johann König was never really drawn to the stage. He wanted to be a teacher. A physical education teacher for biology and science. That was the plan. But this plan didn't work out. After 19 semesters, the audience forced him, with their affection and money, to devote himself entirely to humor. And so he went straight down the slippery slope of cultivated evening entertainment, from which there is no turning back. And today? Today he laughs about it - just as the audience laughs about him. The depressive moody guy is now fifty years old.
Many people look younger at 50, but feel older. With the king, it's the other way around. At 50, many think they have to change everything. Or gender everything. Johann makes everything new AND stays true to himself. Many start drinking eggnog at this age. Johann has chickens.
In his new program he asks the pressing questions of the time: Does the house really get smaller when the children get bigger?
How do you gender an abandoned ladies' bicycle?
Does the speed limit also apply to handkerchiefs? And is it still permissible to say "what can we actually say?"?
The best long-term plans are those that are short-term. The plan should be to make no more plans. Except, of course, a comprehensive tour plan.This content has been machine translated.
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