Simon Paul Schneider

Am Ende der Landstraße
frei zur UA
A famous Rabbi with a big bunch of roses and a sausage get into a conversation abut a pile of dung that they have both stepped in. When Luck also slips in the pile – and takes the other two with him – they all get covered in muck. Ironically, Luck implores the others to make a speech to bring him good luck. Just for fun. Because he has lied to his mother, Fear. And he is, of course, afraid of her. Unfortunately, the eloquent Rabbi’s false teeth also fell in the shit heap, making his enunciation really unclear. The rest of their encounter continues to reveal that Luck’s name doesn’t suit him at all.