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Rastetter & Wacker in: A Strange Couple by Neil Simon

RaWa is a cult: Since 1988, the duo Rastetter & Wacker have been performing together on stage. For their 35th theater anniversary, the two cabaret artists are fulfilling a long-cherished wish by slipping into the legendary roles of Oscar and Felix in the world-famous comedy "A Strange Couple".

One is hypochondriac and meticulous, the other is negligent and comfortable; one is in the midst of a relationship crisis, the other is a bon vivant, living life carefree. No, we're not talking about Erik Rastetter and Martin Wacker, but about Felix Ungar and Oscar Madison, the two protagonists of Neil Simon's legendary comedy.

Felix is on the edge; separated from his wife and children, he finds shelter in the apartment of his buddy Oscar. What starts as a temporary solution for a few days soon turns into a shared flat, where feathers start to fly. While Oscar advises not to eat the "green sandwiches" as the fridge is broken, Felix cleans up after him in the apartment, trying to eliminate every last speck of dust. This cannot go well for long - the nerves eventually get so frayed that even a planned dinner with an attractive female visitor turns into a complete disaster.

This "men's club" is insanely funny and a bit tragic, but definitely timeless and taken straight from life.

On stage: Erik Rastetter, Martin Wacker, T.B.A.

Image: David Hollstein

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