A live theater play on Zoom
Premiere March 6, 2021
"Capitalism. Pissing is a basic right." Lola thinks to herself, crumples up the Sanifaire coupon at the Fürholzen-West rest stop and throws it into the open top of a Toyota convertible. Days later, this coupon is the most wanted object in the republic. Tom Hanks and Audrey Tatou have discovered another clue to the Holy Grail in a Merci box. But they don't want to find it again. Only the Sanifaire Code can free them from the crime thriller "The Da Vinci Code" in which they have been stuck for 15 years. In their "Da Vinci Code" world, they must constantly engage in wild chases, interpret anagrams, and listen to Latin whispers. Tom is really sore from deciphering all the symbols and Audrey has cheek cramps from smiling so much. They want to get out of the mystery world where everything is divided into good and evil, and finally stay in the in-between. They don't want any more resolution. They don't want to be the good guys anymore either. They just want to eat a bratwurst at a rest stop and drink filter coffee. And for that, they need this code. And the one who has this Sanifaire coupon doesn't know about it yet. He is desperately looking for Manni's key. While in the apartment next door, a sofa purchase through classified ads ends in tragedy. "I'm a good person after all," whispers Lola.
Live via Zoom video link
Tickets on a donation basis, 30% of ticket proceeds go to the human rights organization Legal Center Lesbos
In cooperation with HochX Theater Munich, Institut für Chaos Berlin and Niehler Freiheit Cologne