Gmunden’s mountain rescuers didn’t have much to laugh about last week. Two deaths on the Traunstein, a long, complex operation that lasted into the night, and one injured comrade.
The evening in the city theater, which the mountain rescuers had organized with a lot of passion on Friday, was all the more liberating: the second summit cabaret, the proceeds of which went to the emergency organization, had a few surprises in store.
First, the audience took their hats off to Lukas Schlögl and Irene Strutzenberger. The two cabaret artists from Ohlsdorf and Lenzing came as “two cylinders” and performed their program “Vasunga im Lebm”. A musical delight that put a lot of strain on the laughing muscles until the end of the performance.
The visitors, who also included Gmunden’s mayor Stefan Krapf with his wife Julia, deputy mayor Wolfgang Schlair, city councilor for culture Andreas Hecht and city councilors Dina and Rüdiger Fritz, finally got a sore muscle from a surprising encore: Ludwig W. Müller, the main actor in the first summit cabaret, returned back for a short appearance. He brought with him the cabaret artists Niko Formanek and Wolf Gruber – together they were “Austria 3”.
Stefan Oberkalmsteiner, local branch manager of the Gmunden mountain rescue service, looked back on a successful evening, which his colleagues from the Alpine police such as the head of the Alpine task force Bernhard Magritzer also enjoyed.
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