Can a musician serve two masters?

The servant of two masters

The focus is on the story of a servant who serves two masters at the same time.
This servant is called Truffaldino and Truffaldino is one thing above all else: he is hungry, but his master pays him badly and he never finds the time to eat, so Truffaldino tries to serve two masters at the same time in order to finally be able to eat himself full.

Since the comedy always tells of failure, he of course doesn't really succeed, on the contrary, his attempts completely mess up the lives of several lovers and families and bring them to the brink of real tragedy.
Instead of retelling the whole story at this point, here is just the beginning:
Both gentlemen do not know anything about each other.
One of the gentlemen is actually a woman.
This woman disguised as a man is the other man's lover.
He has fled his home because he is suspected of murdering the brother of his lover.
His lover disguises herself as her dead brother.
This brother was supposed to be marrying a young girl.
Because she thinks her brother is dead, the girl becomes engaged to a young man.
But because the dead brother reappears, this engagement lapses and the young girl's father insists on the first marriage for business reasons.
The young girl and her now ex-fiancé fall into despair.

It all happened before the piece really started, or it happened in the first few minutes. And then it really starts: jealousy dramas, breakups, almost suicides and near-murders, as well as some wild fights, but of course, it's a comedy after all, in the end love triumphs and what is perhaps even more important: Truffaldino can finally eat your fill!

Contributors
Performing
Bettina Förster, Alma Gildenast, Maika Viehstädt, Benjamin Beckmann, Manuell Ettelt, Torsten Hammann, Jo Kappl, Tahere Nikkhoyemehrdad, Janis Masino, Mario Saccoccio
Musician
Joachim Franz Büchner, Leon - Silas Gärtner, Reemt Meyer, Julian Scheuer
Director: Thomas Matschoss Furnishing: Anja Imig Music: Markus Voigt Technical management: Uwe Sinkemat Sound engineering: Jorge Wittersheim Production staff: Andrea Hingst, Christina Heitfeld, Janne Marie Peters, Joana Schröder, Anna Sinkemat, Mitja Wittersheim


The servant of two masters

The focus is on the story of a servant who serves two masters at the same time.
This servant is called Truffaldino and Truffaldino is above all one thing: he is hungry, but his master pays him badly and he never finds the time to eat, so Truffaldino tries to serve two masters at the same time in order to finally be able to eat himself full.

Since the comedy always tells of failure, he of course doesn't really succeed, on the contrary, his attempts completely mess up the lives of several lovers and families and bring them to the brink of real tragedy.
Instead of retelling the whole story at this point, here is just the beginning:
Both gentlemen don't know anything about each other.
One of the gentlemen is actually a woman.
This woman disguised as a man is the other man's lover.
He has fled his home because he is suspected of murdering the brother of his lover.
His lover disguises herself as her dead brother.
This brother was supposed to be marrying a young girl.
Because she thinks her brother is dead, the girl becomes engaged to a young man.
But because the dead brother reappears, this engagement lapses and the young girl's father insists on the first marriage for business reasons.
The young girl and her now ex-fiancé fall into despair.

It all happened before the piece really started, or it happened in the first few minutes. And then it really starts: jealousy dramas, breakups, almost suicides and near-murders, as well as some wild fights, but of course, it's a comedy after all, in the end love triumphs and what is perhaps even more important: Truffaldino can finally eat your fill!

Contributors
Performing
Bettina Förster, Alma Gildenast, Maika Viehstädt, Benjamin Beckmann, Manuell Ettelt, Torsten Hammann, Jo Kappl, Tahere Nikkhoyemehrdad, Janis Masino, Mario Saccoccio
Musician
Joachim Franz Büchner, Leon - Silas Gärtner, Reemt Meyer, Julian Scheuer
Director: Thomas Matschoss Furnishing: Anja Imig Music: Markus Voigt Technical management: Uwe Sinkemat Sound engineering: Jorge Wittersheim Production staff: Andrea Hingst, Christina Heitfeld, Janne Marie Peters, Joana Schröder, Anna Sinkemat, Mitja Wittersheim