Third cancellation in a row: The Hallbergmoos "Bog bodies poker" has to wait
Created: 01/21/2022, 12:00 p.m
A photo from more relaxed times: The members of the Moosbühne "Graf Hallberg" have decided to cancel all five performances of "Moorleichen-Poker" planned for spring.
The Moosbühne "Graf Hallberg" will also be paused next spring due to the pandemic.
The chances of another replacement program are slim.
The decision was anything but easy for those responsible for the Moosbühne "Graf Hallberg".
But the current Corona situation leaves them no other choice: All five performances of "Bog Bog Poker" planned for spring have been canceled - for the third time in a row.
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"We wanted to offer a theater in the community hall again, as we are used to.
But the current situation doesn't allow that 100 percent," said Martin Schuster about the cancellation.
According to the second board member of the lay stage, all the players sat down and consulted.
The unanimous conclusion was that above all, uncertainty plays a part – and that nothing can really be planned for the actors.
Instead of the usual 400, a maximum of 100 spectators are allowed in the community hall
"We can't say today whether we can let the events take place at all - and if so, under what conditions.
That inhibits the motivation, the joy of playing and the fun of the actors and club members.” As of today, instead of the usual 400 spectators per performance, a maximum of 100 people are allowed to sit in the community hall.
The usual snacks should probably not be offered either.
"The overall package just doesn't fit," says Schuster.
There will definitely be no more night watchman hikes
This means that the Moosbühne has to be suspended for the third time in a row.
Whether there is a replacement program like last fall: rather unlikely.
In any case, the night watchman hikes, which met with great response and enthusiasm from the public, will not be repeated.
"Maybe we'll think of something spontaneously.
But there are no concrete plans," said Vice-Chairman Schuster.