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Gery Seidl »Sonntagskinder«

"Sunday children" cabaret evening

Sunday children naturally fall on the butter side of life. Especially if they were born on a mother's day. This is, so to speak, the lotto-six of the birth dates, says Gery Seidl. That's why his birthday program. Because if it were up to him, all of Austria would be a Sunday country - we are at an extremely high level. As soon as he comes to mind in this Sudererei, "Mrs." Andrea and "daughter" Puppi remind him of the global and everyday catastrophes - Steepleveling for his theory of humanity's dementia, cell phone addiction and disaster hysteria. But he dismisses his audience with a happy smile, a good mood and the question: "Are not we all Sunday children?"

»Gery Seidl excellently succeeds in letting the audience resonate. You can clearly feel that even in the quieter, more reflective phases, he has full attention and never loses his energy. And the audience gets along with it all the more when the mood on the stage returns to positive territory. «
Marion Kern, DIEKLEINKUNST

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Gery Seidl »Sonntagskinder« - Kufstein

"Sunday children" cabaret evening

Sunday children naturally fall on the butter side of life. Especially if they were born on a mother's day. This is, so to speak, the lotto-six of the birth dates, says Gery Seidl. That's why his birthday program. Because if it were up to him, all of Austria would be a Sunday country - we are at an extremely high level. As soon as he comes to mind in this Sudererei, "Mrs." Andrea and "daughter" Puppi remind him of the global and everyday catastrophes - Steepleveling for his theory of humanity's dementia, cell phone addiction and disaster hysteria. But he dismisses his audience with a happy smile, a good mood and the question: "Are not we all Sunday children?"

»Gery Seidl excellently succeeds in letting the audience resonate. You can clearly feel that even in the quieter, more reflective phases, he has full attention and never loses his energy. And the audience gets along with it all the more when the mood on the stage returns to positive territory. «
Marion Kern, DIEKLEINKUNST

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