Julius call everyone in the class only Schlappi. But the worst things they write in the class chat.
Especially Fever, who holds himself for the King Kongkönigin of the school and poses vulgarities on the running volume. And because Netti Julius once took protection, it is now the turn. If she had just kept the flap. Or…?!
Using the example of a class discussion, author Kirsten Fuchs brings the digital conditions to dance. With joke and temptation she describes temptations, dangers, but also opportunities of social networks.
Since Kirsten Fuchs won the "Open Mike" in 2003, she has influenced the German-language literature scene with her own sound. For her novel "Mädchenmeute", she received the German Youth Literary Prize 2016. With "All except the Unicorn", she now publishes her second play for GRIPS after "Tag Hicks or Flying for Four".
Kirsten Fuchs (von)
Robert Neumann (Regie)
Esther Agricola (Netti)
Amelie Köder (Fever)
Frederic Phung (Julius)
René Schubert (Vater, Busfahrer, Tade)
Regine Seidler (Mutter, Lehrerin, Tade)