Berlin, summer 1921 - a killer keeps the city in suspense. Body parts are found in the Spree almost every day. There are no witnesses, no leads, just more and more dead women. Until there is a riot.
The live radio play shows the gloomy 1920s, Berlin is ruled by crime and poverty. A story about beasts and humans and about love, unexpected and tragic.
With Ronald Nitschke, the German voice of Tommy Lee Jones, in the role of Carl Großmann.
- Speakers: Oscar Hoppe, Thomas Kästner, Julian Mau and Katharina Wagner
- Directed by Johanna Steiner
- Book: Johanna Magdalena Schmidt
- Live music: Paul Klingler and Kathrin Rose-Mazander
- Production: jms.productions
(Program in German)