For decades, Edith Schröder has been Neukölln's best-known ambassador in the world. She sings, drinks and jokes herself and her district into people's hearts, for which she and her colleagues, pub landlady Jutta Hartmann and leggings boutique owner Brigitte Wuttke, even received the yellow-gold Buschkowsky vignette Ribbon was awarded.
But now everything is different: Neukölln is in, Buschkowsky hasn't been in office for years! Smartphone hipsters, soy latte moms and vegan bloggers enter Edith's neighborhood. “Bad” becomes “fancy” and the HARTZ VIII Queen asks herself desperately: “Am I out?”.
It's logical that Jutta and Biggy can't stand Edith's whining for long; They decide to show Edith and the rest of the world who made Neukölln Neukölln and who will continue to be in charge in the future: the wild women from Nogatstrasse.
How could this be achieved better than with a few snappy show numbers in the tried-and-tested neighborhood style, which will make it clear to everyone at the end of the evening: trends come and go, Futschi stays!
Bernd Mottl direction ● Sven Ihlenfeld music arrangements, sound and video design ● Jörn Hartmann graphics & film clips ● Moritz Piefke choreography ● Josep Maria Jorda lighting design ● Lars Schwuchow props ● Veronika Vogel & Maja Joël choir singing clips ● Markus Soyr hall music mix ● Maria Schenck costume