German-American Comedy Night

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Erin Crouch (USA)
Manuel Wolff (Germany)


Saturday, 18 May 2024, 9 p.m.


Bistro Pierrot at Hotel Westrich
Reichenbacher Straße 1
55774 Baumholder

Kitchen open 5:30 p.m. through 8:30 p.m. 
Please make a reservation at Bistro Pierrot (+49 (0)6783-5872)  if you'd like to grab dinner before the show.



Target Group: 

Germans and Americans


Free. No registration needed.

In cooperation with:

State Program Welcome to Rheinland-Pfalz! Our Neighbors From The USA


This event is kindly suppported by the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs.


Join us for a hilarious rollercoaster ride through the absurdity of everyday life in Germany, where even the mundane becomes comedic gold and punchlines hit harder than Monday morning coffee!

In this comedy show, German comedian Manuel Wolff will explore and unpack German stereotypes with disarming self-irony. His spontaneous, unpredictable, yet precisely timed style is unique while he is bursting with ideas and sharp observations quickly switching between sarcasm, silliness, and profound thoughts. For spontaneous musical interludes, Manuel always has his mini-piano with him.

American expat Erin Crouch does comedy from the perspective of someone who was born and raised stateside, but has lived in Germany for quite some time now. Erin's comedy is neither dirty nor clean but a secret third thing. Her new show, Doing it the Hard Way, let's audiences gawk at what happens when someone takes the road not only less traveled, but actually closed for repairs.


Erin Crouch

is an American comedian who lives in Germany, where she produces monthly shows on two US military bases. She recently opened for Netflix comedians April Macie (USA) and Enissa Amani (Germany) and Billy Wayne Davis (Last Comic Standing, WTF with Marc Maron, Just for Laughs). She has hosted and featured at Boom Chicago Amsterdam (2021 and July 2024) Utrecht International Comedy Festival (2022) and Summer Comedy Marathon festival in Ohrid, N. Macedonia (2023). She co-produces Festrogen, the annual women's comedy festival in Luxembourg (2021- present).

Manuel Wolff

is a German comedian who does German and English stand up in theaters, comedy clubs, and at corporate events. He lives in Cologne where he hosts his own comedy club. After a video of his first English performance went viral, he was featured in the Laughs in Translation YouTube documentary about comedy around the world and got invited to hold a TEDX-talk about "creating world peace – one laugh at a time“. Traveling around the world, he learned that laughter is universal and should always be encouraged. On stage, the quick-witted German is known for his dry observational humor, occasional rants, and surprising improvisational skills. In Germany he won comedy awards and boasts several TV appearances.