He recognizes, shows and embodies the only true solution to the problems of this world: humor! The last superpower of mankind - that which brings us together again!
Stadelmann belongs to the select circle of a handful of comedians who were allowed to bid farewell to Thomas Hermanns live in front of a large auditorium and was ennobled by Atze Schröder in the introduction with the sentence: "For me, the best standup comedian we have."
Over the past 10 years, the path of Ingmar Stadelmann, who was born in East Germany and lives in Berlin, has been lined with successes: From the German Comedy Award and numerous cabaret prizes, from celebrated radio formats to entertainment shows for ProSieben to his own late-night "evening show" for rbb. In addition, he toured Germany incessantly with his solo programs "Was ist denn los mit den Menschen?", "#humorphob", "Fressefreiheit", "Verschissmus" as well as "Außer mir macht's ja keiner!" and thrilled his audience - at the same time, the world was increasingly coming apart at the seams.
Stadelmann's necessary consequence of this worldly and personal career, for himself and his audience, is his new stage program. In the post-escapist standup comedy show "KOMMT IHR KLAR?" he puts all the aberrations and aberrations together again.
"We are back from our collective escape from reality and now we have to learn to deal with the new reality. With humor." And in this reality, entirely new questions arise: why don't climate activists actually stick to the streets in Kiev? Why does Ingmar's ENT doctor think he's a psychologist? When does permanent indignation actually become boring and how often have you thought lately: What would Klaus Kinski have done now?
In this show, Ingmar Stadelmann embraces the contradictions of life and shows how absurdly funny this world is when you declare your subjective view of things to be the only truth. Because purely subjectively speaking, Ingmar Stadelmann is of course for himself the most important person in the world, whom you must have seen live.
"You're also allowed to have to laugh sometimes," Stadelmann sums it up.