A homeland evening with lots of music by Peter Schanz. Commissioned by the Schleswig-Holstein Landestheater
We have to admit it: We can't do without them. But with them it's often hard to bear. The ones from above in Denmark and Sweden mostly just want to drink. Those from Bavaria and North Rhine-Westphalia, they want that too. But in addition they want our beach, our Matjes and our Krabbenkönigin. And besides, they always know everything better. Everything. And then they complain that the sea is always gone and that our seagulls pull the matjes out of their rolls. And we are supposed to be friendly to them so that they keep coming back? Because tourism is such a superfat economic factor? Why can't they just send us their money?
Fischbrötchenblues tells stories about the intercourse with strangers between visitor's tax control and beach party, between sand on the tongue and remoulade on the adilette, between sun in the heart and despair on the forehead.
Fischbrötchenblues is an entertainingly quirky home evening with lots of music - about the curse and blessing of living where others go on vacation ...