Robert Wasserburg, son of the writer Philipp Wasserburg , was an engineer by profession. He was active in the Mainz Carnival and appeared for the first time in 1900 for the Mainz Carneval Association . He wrote numerous opening games and antics for the Mainz Carneval Association and performed them. In 1928 he wrote the farce “Hurra, mir erwe” with Martin Mundo , which was premiered in 1929 and staged again in 1933. The famous Mainz song " Heile, heile Gänsje " comes from her . On the occasion of the 75th birthday "the creative designer of Mainz humor" was presented with an honorary bajazz by the Mainz Carneval Association .
- The gods strike. Award-winning opening game . Mainz Carnival Association. Mainz publishing house, Mainz 1905.
- Then and now. Anniversary opening game . Mainz Carnival Association, Mainz 1908.
- In the sign of the comet. Award-winning opening game in two parts . Mainz Carnival Association. Herzog, Mainz 1909.
- The peace conference. Award-winning foolish opening scene in two parts . Mainz Carnival Association. Herzog, Mainz 1909.
- The sunken bell. Foolish opening game . Mainz Carnival Association. Herzog, Mainz 1911.
- Mainz air. Award-winning original local posse with song and dance in three lifts . Wilckens, Mainz 1927.
- Like the ancients sang…. Award-winning anniversary opening game. 90 years of the Mainz Carneval Association . Schneider, Mainz 1928.
- with Martin Mundo : Hurray, me erwe. Mardi Gras spokes . Mainz 1933.
- Rainer Wahl: The Wasserburg family (II). Four generations of Mainz city history in individual biographies . In: Mainz. Quarterly issues for culture, politics, economics, history . Volume 2, Issue 4, 1982, pp. 108–111, here p. 111 (with picture).
- Birth register StA Mainz, No. 1367/1877
- Death register StA Mainz, No. 337/1953
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German carnival poet|
|DATE OF BIRTH||August 5, 1877|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Mainz|
|DATE OF DEATH||February 23, 1953|
|Place of death||Mainz|