"Love to the Power of 16", a bizarre love-story, was performed at different public places in Vienna, like the Museumsquartier Wien, Yppenplatz or the Floridsdorfer Markt.
The lyrics were written by the legendary musician of “Austropop”; Wilfried, story and dialogues were penned by shooting star Ibrahim Amir, and the rap lyrics were contributed by Esra Özmen. Music was composed by Clemens Wenger, leader of the band “5/8erl in Ehr’n”.
And another member of “5/8erl in Ehr’n”, Robert Slivovsky, is playing the part of the Inspector Pospischil on stage. He is making sure that the Turkish-Austrian liaison, which takes place in the middle of constant hostile rivalries between two family butchers, won’t end in a Shakespearean way, but with a happy ending.
With Esra Özmen and a very authentic and diverse line-up, the play is encouraging a very particular mixture and combination of spectators: young and old fans of “Austropop”, of the “Viennese Blues”, the Turkish rap scene, of operettas, musicals or Turkish folk music.