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Markus Langer 'Zeitmillionär'

"I derf des" is written on Markus Langer's T-shirt. Big, in the middle of the chest. And the up-and-coming cabaret artist, who has often been compared to the rebellious Polt, doesn't mean it egotistically. Rather, he is convinced that the happier people are those who don't care what others think. Those who break roles and refuse expectations, who ignore trends and use their time for really important things. Time millionaires. It is a message that is very close to his heart! Away with all the "to do's"! Better to take life into your own hands, each in his own way and above all please with more humor! Markus Langer's characters have rough edges and their absurd everyday lives would almost bring tears to one's eyes if he didn't tell about them with so much wit, bite and acting talent, until tears of laughter flow. He brings his parodistically finely modeled characters on stage with well-fitting punchlines. Of course also the most famous of them, the viral anti-hero Sepp Bumsinger. The one who really doesn't give a shit! Or seasoned men who calmly drive a full-grown sow to the vet in the back of a VW Polo and don't let themselves get rattled by a police check. Men in their prime, raised by a caring grandma, who relaxedly carry their kilos in the middle of their bodies in front of them as a gain, like a rock in the strong surf of the fitness craze, which they smile at wearily.

"Anyone who can empathize so convincingly with the reality of life of a simple person struggling with language and the adversities of everyday life and reproduce it, (...) must have a sure sense of how stories can be told well and when a punchline ignites," marvels the Süddeutsche Zeitung.

Tickets starting from € 24, - (plus VVK fee) with all well-known VVK places and Raiffeisenbanken Tirols. (Reduced tickets for Raiffeisen account holders!), box office € 28. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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Markus Langer 'Zeitmillionär' - Kufstein

"I derf des" is written on Markus Langer's T-shirt. Big, in the middle of the chest. And the up-and-coming cabaret artist, who has often been compared to the rebellious Polt, doesn't mean it egotistically. Rather, he is convinced that the happier people are those who don't care what others think. Those who break roles and refuse expectations, who ignore trends and use their time for really important things. Time millionaires. It is a message that is very close to his heart! Away with all the "to do's"! Better to take life into your own hands, each in his own way and above all please with more humor! Markus Langer's characters have rough edges and their absurd everyday lives would almost bring tears to one's eyes if he didn't tell about them with so much wit, bite and acting talent, until tears of laughter flow. He brings his parodistically finely modeled characters on stage with well-fitting punchlines. Of course also the most famous of them, the viral anti-hero Sepp Bumsinger. The one who really doesn't give a shit! Or seasoned men who calmly drive a full-grown sow to the vet in the back of a VW Polo and don't let themselves get rattled by a police check. Men in their prime, raised by a caring grandma, who relaxedly carry their kilos in the middle of their bodies in front of them as a gain, like a rock in the strong surf of the fitness craze, which they smile at wearily.

"Anyone who can empathize so convincingly with the reality of life of a simple person struggling with language and the adversities of everyday life and reproduce it, (...) must have a sure sense of how stories can be told well and when a punchline ignites," marvels the Süddeutsche Zeitung.

Tickets starting from € 24, - (plus VVK fee) with all well-known VVK places and Raiffeisenbanken Tirols. (Reduced tickets for Raiffeisen account holders!), box office € 28. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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