Inspired by life and the lyrics inspired by the lyrics of Miroslav Hornic, collage photos and stage exhibits were prepared at the Prague City Theater to commemorate the upbeat birthdays of actors, directors, dramatists and artists. production Horníček 100 David Czesany will be premiered on November 10 before the actor's birthday. Horníček spent 36 seasons in the Prague City Theater scene. Theater spokesman Lucie Korbelius informed the project.
In 1955, Horníček Jan Werich was chosen as a new stage partner. The theater work of Hornička began to introduce audiences in three dramatic areas (actors, directors, and later playwrights) in the city's theater in Prague, which lasted nearly 40 years. He has participated in almost thirty works at the Prague City Theater Repertory.
The exhibition of ABC Theater Lobby includes a collection of photographs and fingerprints. On a panel of 27, his career can be seen in the scene of Prague Municipal Theaters. Significantly, quotations from his writer's comments and autobiography are also expressed.
The exhibition will feature a vibrant collage of Miroslav Horníček directed by David Czesany with new members from the Beatta Kaňoková, Petr Konáš and Tomáš Havlínek bands. The preview is scheduled for November 10 at 5 pm ABC Theater Café.
Horníček on the theater board started the Pilsen rehearsal and co-founded the student avant-garde arts team. He graduated from the Civic Academy, but in 1941 he accepted the contract at the Municipal Theater in Pilsen. After the war he left for Větrník and moved to the Satire Theater, where he lived until 1949. After that, he spent six years at the National Theater.
The decisive factor for Horníček's artistic development was his meeting with Jan Werich, who had been a six-year actor at the ABC Theater since the mid-1950s. He also inherited the philosophy of the clown. Among other great stage partners are the director of Semafor (1965-1968) and Jiri Suchy, a team member of Miloš Kopecký. For example, in the game Radiant Semafor Horníček A man from the ground, Kopecký entertained the audience in the Horníčkova game. Tvrďák. During his career, he was also a member of the Karlín Music Theater (1962-1964).
Since the early 1970s he has mainly performed in his theater and TV recitals, H (1969-1971). Horníček was also known in the film, and among others he appeared in the film Where the devil can not (1959) c Get this, dog! (1964). Less popularity later guaranteed the role of Hornička in the TV series. There were two scribes at one time. (1972), he played with Jiří Sovák.
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