The collage inspired by photo exhibitions and life inspired by Miroslav Horníc's lyrics was prepared by Prague's city theater actor, director, dramaist and artist for a promising birthday. productions Horníček 100 David Czesany will direct his premiere on November 10th on the actor's birthday. Horníček spent 36 seasons with the scenes of the Prague theater of the city with breaks. Theater Officer Lucie Korbelius told about projects.
In 1955 Horníček Jan Werich chose his new phase partner. The Hornička Theater Work started in Prague's municipal theaters, which last for nearly four decades, when he appeared to the audience in three dramatic fields: actor, director and later playwright. He participated in almost thirty productions of the Prague Municipal Theater software.
The exhibitions at the ABC Theater include a collection of photos and prints. In his 27 panel, his career can be seen in the scenes of Prague's theater theaters. Significantly, the author's comments and selected autobiographical references are also represented.
The exhibition is followed by the film literature by David Czesany, directed by Miroslav Horníček, Beatta Kaňoková, Petr Konáš and Tomáš Havlí. The premiere is scheduled to be held on November 10 at 5:00 pm ABC Theater Café.
Horníček's theater records came to Pilsen's work in which he founded the student's avant-garde team. He graduated from the Citizens' Academy but in 1941 he accepted the commitment in the Pilsen City Theater. After the war, he left Větrník in Prague and moved to the theater of Satire, where he lived until 1949. Then she spent six years at the National Theater.
For Horníček's artistic development, a decisive point was the meeting with Jan Werich, who had been a partner for six years at ABC Theater since the mid-1950s. He also inherits the philosophy of the clone. Other great screening skills were Jiri Suchy, a member of the board of Semafor (1965-1968) and Miloš Kopecký. The scoreboard now at Horníček has been playing Man from the ground, and Kopecký and entertained the audience in the Horníčkova game Bowler. During her professional career she was also a member of Karlin Music Theater (1962-1964).
Since the early 1970s, he has performed mainly in his own theaters and television shows, for which he has enjoyed great popularity calls on H (1969-1971). Horníček is also known for his film, among others. She appeared in the movies If the devil can not (1959) c Keep the puppy! (1964). Less popularity subsequently assured Horia's role in the TV series Two writers were once (1972), where he played alongside Jiří Sovák.
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