Theaterplatz, 7000 Chur
"Peiden" tells of a village on a sunny slope in the mountains, of how it burned down twice and was rebuilt twice, slipped down the slope and was abandoned until even the cemetery emptied. And it tells of the actor Bruno Cathomas, whose ancestors ran the spa hotel Peiden-Bad, and of how he woke up one morning with a burn mark, how he was tied to a tree for eight hours as a twelve-year-old, why it is the village policeman's fault that he had to complete an apprenticeship as a locksmith with Blocher, and why he has now become the way he is: admired on the German stages for his excessive performance, because he always leads his characters and himself to the edge of the possible, and feared at home because he does not mince his words. You can hear the complaint why he always has to be such a rough one. This Bruno meets another Bruno, one who has never left his village and lives from the memories of his ancestors. After all, only the Holy Mother of God, who was thrown into the Glenner, knows what really happened. But one thing is certain: the world is too small for two Brunos.
Language: Romansh (Sursilvan), German
Tue, 1 November, 14.00, Peiden-Bad
Meisa rodunda: A meeting for all those who want to exchange stories, photographs and old documents about Peiden and Peiden-Bad. Moderation: Mariano Tschuor and Roman Weishaupt. In collaboration with the Lumnezia Cultural Archive.
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