Summer 1926. Christine Hoflehner, a postal employee living in an Austrian village, is unexpectedly invited by American relatives for a holiday in Pontresina. Shy and uncertain, she arrives at the large, elegant hotel, but quickly falls under the spell of this beautiful new world. For the first time she learns that she is young and attractive. She pretends to be Christiane von Boolen, but envy and intrigues of the hotel society reveal her real origins.
Stefan Zweig was a much-visited guest in Pontresina. It is not without reason that his novel fragment "Rausch der Verwandlung" is set in a Grand Hotel in Pontresina in the 1930s. And it is not without reason that the story is set in the venerable Hotel Walther.
CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE
Children and young people may attend the performances free of charge. However, admission is only granted with a personalised free ticket.
The Covid certificate is used for all indoor performances. The certificate promises maximum security for visitors, artists and staff. In addition, the performances can be enjoyed without a mask.
The Covid certificate documents a Covid 19 vaccination, a previous illness or a negative test result and can only be accepted with a valid ID. There is NO admission without a certificate. The only exception is children up to 16 years of age. In addition: mask-wearing is not considered a "substitute" for the Covid certificate.
Rapid tests can be carried out at the PolyClinic St. Moritz and at the test centre Spital Oberengadin. Registration in the online appointment calendar is mandatory.
- Medical Centre Heilbad: Plazza Paracelsus 2, 7500 St. Moritz, telephone: 41 081 830 80 40
- Upper Engadine Hospital: Via Nuova 3, 7503 Samedan, telephone: 41 81 851 81 11
(Note: Translated with www.Deepl.com/Translator (free version), These texts were translated automatically and may have grammatical errors or inaccuracies. In case of doubt, the German text applies.)