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Sigi Zimmerschied 'Heil, vom Koma zum Amok' (From coma to amok)

Sigi Heil celebrates his sixty-fifth birthday alone. But he plays his own guests, all of them damaged. Because apart from violence, Sigi Heil has not really been able to do anything. And the more he drinks, the more he celebrates this "talent". Until he opens the envelope on the table. And with that comes the end of the world.

The final tabooing of violence in society is the central theme of this cabaret programme. Performed by perhaps the most eerie of all room-difference figures to date, "...but yet none of his human monsters has played so subtly, so frighteningly and at the same time pitiful, almost lovable. Which touches the viewer more deeply and directly than usual by the difficult theme." Oliver Hochkeppel, SZ*

»... Sometimes so sharply in the formulations, so relentlessly directly as no single German cabaret artist dares it, so borderline that laughter literally dies." Barbara Reitter from the PNP

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Sigi Zimmerschied 'Heil, vom Koma zum Amok' (From coma to amok) - Kufstein

Sigi Heil celebrates his sixty-fifth birthday alone. But he plays his own guests, all of them damaged. Because apart from violence, Sigi Heil has not really been able to do anything. And the more he drinks, the more he celebrates this "talent". Until he opens the envelope on the table. And with that comes the end of the world.

The final tabooing of violence in society is the central theme of this cabaret programme. Performed by perhaps the most eerie of all room-difference figures to date, "...but yet none of his human monsters has played so subtly, so frighteningly and at the same time pitiful, almost lovable. Which touches the viewer more deeply and directly than usual by the difficult theme." Oliver Hochkeppel, SZ*

»... Sometimes so sharply in the formulations, so relentlessly directly as no single German cabaret artist dares it, so borderline that laughter literally dies." Barbara Reitter from the PNP

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