One of the most funny and interesting German plays around is this entertaining and thought-provoking piece about suppression and bullying, written by dramatist Sibylle Berg. Four anti-heroes dominate the play; Bea the cripple, the insignificant Rita, overweight Uwe and red-haired autistic Paul. As early as school, the world was a mean and harsh place. The four friends had to learn already then what it meant to be worthless in the eyes of the alpha-animals. However, outsiders should never be underestimated. Another thing you shouldn’t underestimate is the advantages emerging with age: “If you’ve never looked good, you have nothing to lose!”. The play can be performed by a minimum of 5 actors who will also take on the roles as parents, successful school mates, a therapist, a robot, a colleague, a boss, a homeless person, a bear and a school teacher. A unique play which premiered at Theater Bonn in 2009.