What will this evening be like? We don't know. Because every evening is different and improvised. Is that going well? No. It's going very well. Because what we know: Till Reiners and Moritz Neumeier are talented entertainers. As a team, they are unbeatable. "Do I like you?" Tickets The artist's secret question to his audience is both openly negotiated. They want to show each other that he is the better entertainer, oh what: human. In several rounds, the two compete against each other, test their striking skills and enter constantly mined terrain. Evil and funny, the two pull over each other, hang out with the audience from conflict to conflict, and discuss the private and political with dizzying fall height and courage to chaos. Moritz Neumeier is a stand-up comedian based on the American model. He wants the term "comedy" to no longer be a swear word. For him, that means being radical and honest with himself and the audience. He doesn't need much for what he does: a microphone and people listening to him. That helps. Against the fears of a young father. Against the helplessness of having to put every single day behind you. Against the ignorance that affects you when you wonder what all this is supposed to do here. When Moritz Neumeier is a sad clown without make-up, Till Reiners dazzles all the more colorfully. He actually does political cabaret. Only for this event he wears an old red jacket by Elton. For him, humour is a weapon against inequality, yes – but above all against Moritz's malice, with a soft shell and a hard core. Smiling with a smile, he opposes his pessimism and wants one thing above all else: to win against Moritz.