“If the event you are about to see seems mysterious or offensive to you, it is because life is too. Like life, these events in this temple are full of repetitions and can be interpreted in many ways. The authors explain that they do not want to give symbols, at least not consciously. Perhaps the best interpretation of Rotmilch Energy is that there is no rational interpretation.” CASPAR DAVID FRIEDRICHSHAIN
The foundling Caspar David Friedrichshain lies next to a fireplace in a sensitive puddle on Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz. The shadows on the brochures reveal the Chinese embassy. These are the signs of a long-awaited multiple reconciliation that ends in an endless song: Simplon. Lord of Fire. His mother was a princess and his father was a barbarian. Chosen to save his people and free them from the Spider Dynasty. This is Simplon. His love for Firewater, his foster parents' daughter, who is kidnapped by black knights. Sunnsanna sacrificing herself for him and the horrifying dark brown moment when he discovers firewater in the spider's clutches.
These are the stages of Simplon's gigantic struggle for life. Born under the star of Rotmilch Energy.
Something unexpected emerges between musical and eclectic convulsive theater. The journey into the double heart of darkness begins. A confession between longing and ecstasy.