They played their debut evening over 300 times. Standing ovations. All over Germany. They danced, sang and talked their way out. They brainwashed themselves and learned to accept their age. And scattered lovely harmony along the way. But OLD GIRLS have a problem: Each of the three is an absolute alpha. And each wants to be the boss. But how do you win the coveted position of chief? With the weapons of women? And what would those be, if you leave out the batting of eyelashes and the high heels? The popular passive-aggressive canon? Stonewalling, bullying, taunting, diving in? Totally outdated. Or, in male fashion, just make an announcement? Pointless. And what if the whole power thing ended up being completely overrated? Does it make you angry? Or sexy? And: Is the women's quota a way to get your foot in the door? What then awaits you on the other side of power? A warm welcome? In razor-sharp dialogue, rousing songs and multiple dance interludes, the three gladiators of pop cabaret break down permanently present clichés. Without fear of loss and using all sustainable resources. ALTE MÄDCHEN deal with everything that women don't dare to think and men don't dare to ask.