| Editorial Board
Numerous distinguished guests from politics, business, media and theater culture testified about two satirical legends.
Last week, the mayor of Vienna Michael Ludwig invited to a cabaret evening “100 years of Brunner and Chrysler – der schupfte Ferdl poisons pigeons in the garden” in the arcaded courtyard of the town hall.
At first, Ludwig referred to the shocking assassination attempt on the writer Salman Rushdie a few days ago, which shook the world of literature. Rushdie is someone who has “always exercised his right to freedom of expression”. Ludwig also recalled Rushdie’s visit to Vienna when Culture Minister Schulten presented him with the State Prize in 1994. “At that time, it was a manifesto for freedom of opinion and against hatred and persecution that garnered much attention around the world.” The mayor said he wishes Salman Rushdie and his family a lot of strength and a strong will to live and create.
It was easier with the piece itself. The cabaret piece has seen (or appeared in) other pieces. Tony Faber, Doris Boris, Karl MarcOvics, Bela Koreny, Brigitte Bierlein, Paul Chaim Eisenberg, Billie Thanner, Katharina Stemberger, Harald and Ingeborg Serafin, Peter Hofbauer, Josef Kalina, Peter Schöber and Vera Russwurm.
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