The exhibition of photographs and a stage-inspired collage inspired by life and Miroslav Horníc's lyrics was prepared by the Municipal Theaters of Prague for the auspicious birthday of an actor, director, dramatist and artist. Production Horníček 100 directed by David Czesany will be premiered on November 10 for the birthday of the actor. Horníček spent 36 seasons on the scenes of Prague Municipal Theaters with breaks. Lucie Korbelius, a spokeswoman for the theater, informed about the projects.
In 1955, Horníček Jan Werich chose for his new stage partner. Hornička's theater work began in the Municipal Theaters of Prague lasting almost four decades during which he introduced himself to the audience in three dramatic fields: as an actor, a director and later as a playwright. He participated in almost thirty productions from the repertoire of Prague Municipal Theaters.
Exhibitions in the foyer of the ABC Theater include a collection of photographs and prints. On 27 panels, his career can be seen on the scenes of the Prague Municipal Theaters. Significantly, his author's comments and selected citations from autobiography are also represented.
The exhibition is followed by scenic collage from the life of Miroslav Horníček, directed by David Czesany, with new members of the band Beatta Kaňoková, Petr Konáš and Tomáš Havlínek. The premiere is scheduled for November 10 at 5 pm at the ABC Theater Café.
Horníček on theater boards entered the Pilsen rehearsal, where he co-founded the Student avant-garde team. He graduated from the Civic Academy, but in 1941 he accepted an engagement at the Municipal Theater in Pilsen. After the war he left for Větrník in Prague and moved to the Theater of Satire, where he lived until 1949. He then spent six years at the National Theater.
The decisive thing for Horníček's further artistic development was the encounter with Jan Werich, who had been an acting partner for six years at ABC Theater since the mid-1950s. He also inherited the philosophy of the clown. Other great stage partners included Jiri Suchy, who was a teammate on the boards of Semafor (1965-1968), and Miloš Kopecký. In Semafor Horníček shone in the game, for example Man from the land, with Kopecký both entertained the audience in Horníčkova game Tvrďák. During his professional career he was also a member of the Karlín Music Theater (1962-1964).
Since the early 1970s he has performed mainly in his own theatrical and television recitals, of which he has gained great popularity H (1969 to 1971). Horníček is also known from the film, among others he appeared in the films Where the Devil Can not (1959) c This, get the puppy! (1964). No lesser popularity later ensured Hornička's role in the TV series There were two scribes once (1972), where he played alongside Jiří Sovák.
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