Drama, shadow play and music intertwine to create an exciting narrative.
Rian, who comes from the poorest of backgrounds, has questions about life. He dreams of no longer having to freeze and starve and wishes to participate in society, which is denied to him because of his origins. Self-doubt and shame, triggered by childhood experiences, keep him from taking his life into his own hands.
By chance, he ends up in a super-rich society. He is the exotic who makes the party exciting. The super-rich indulge in fun and games, while Rian fights for his existence and his self-esteem. He goes home a loser.
However, Rian remains in the memory of the super-rich even after this event. And the story begins.
The play takes a topical look at the vast gap between rich and poor. Many children are affected by the stark inequality that is pervasive in this country as well. What impact does growing up in poverty have on their state of mind? Can young people get off to a good start in life if they are permanently excluded because of their background?
In addition, the play seeks answers to the question of how everyone wants to live and work together in the future.
A play developed together with the children's and young people's author Dorit Linke.