An unforgettable 100th birthday of a comedian and favorite actor Miroslav Horníček will be celebrated on Saturday by the Municipal Theater of Prague. The stage where theater and film actors spend more than three decades starting a photo exhibition and presenting a stage collage inspired by Horníček's life and texts. Actors, directors, scholars and new artists' birthdays today.
In 1955, Horníček Jan Werich chose for his new partner. Hornička's theater work began at the Prague Municipal Theater which lasted nearly four decades where he introduced himself to the audience in three dramatic fields: as an actor, director and later as a playwright. He participated in nearly thirty productions from the repertoire of the Prague City Theater.
Most shine in the author's recital
Other Horníček stage friends included Jiří Suchý, who co-wrote on the Semafor board (1965-1968) and Miloš Kopecký. In the Horníček Semaphore, for example, he played in the Man from the Ground game, with Kopecký enjoying a spectator in the game Horníček Tvrďák. During his professional career he also became a member of the Karlin Music Theater (1962-1964).
Since the early 1970s, it has been shown primarily in the theatrical and television archives of its authors, where the Hovory H (1969-1971) has become very popular. Horníček is also known from screen films, among others he appeared in the film Kam Čert nemČže (1959) or This, get the puppy! (1964). There was no lower popularity which was later given by the role of Horníček in the television series Dua Writteners (1972), where he played with Jiří Sovák.
The exhibition at the ABC Theater foyer includes a collection of photos and prints. On 27 panels, his career can be seen on the screen of the Prague City Theater. Significantly, the author's comments and selected quotes from the autobiography were also represented.
This exhibition was followed by a beautiful collage of the life of Miroslav Horníček, directed by David Czesany, with new members of the band Beatta Kaňoková, Petr Konáš and Tomáš Havlínek.