One half were individuals or small family groups, the other half associations or collectives active in the city community. They presented themselves and a key moment of their own life stories, accompanied by music, large portraits by Josef Beyer and short texts. Everyday heroes and local celebrities met and showed that they are still part of this city also during the corona pandemic. A multi-layered structure became visible that invited to talk about Munich's urban society. The stage belonged to the people on the catwalk, as well as the spectators that gathered at Königsplatz - all those who contribute every day to making Munich a liveable city. A 60-meter-long catwalk was installed at the Königsplatz with canvases at both ends to project the portraits and text panels. Diverse music bands contributed to the performance, consisting of Munich musicians who have never met (musically) before and who expressed the feeling of their city in the sound of the show.
More information can be found on the website of the Münchner Kammerspiele.