In his new routine, Konrad Beikircher takes a look at cruise passengers: Cheerful widows who swap stories about the most effective “whoopsie-daisy” methods of getting rid of their husbands. Captains, who have both the first and the last word, and always the last word in between as well. The unimagined possibilities that only cruises could offer in the past if you wanted to change your identity. A look at the “Fröschlein” (Little Frog) who can’t deny her husband any favours. A look at the connection between “Man overboard” and the time “half past four”.
A macabre and amusing evening about windward and leeward at sea and about people who wouldhave been better off staying at home – along with a little look at the question of whether it has always been like this. So: our glasses are filled, life jackets are on and in no time at all we arrive at where shore excursions are really fun: on the high seas! A “cabaret-style shore excursion on the water!”