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Veronique Sanson Gajerová the Rococo Theatre

Veronique Sanson Gajerová the Rococo Theatre On the occasion of anniversary of actress Veronica Gajerová organized by the Prague City Theatre 25th May, from 21 hours in the Rococo Theatre in the evening, which will feature primarily as a singer.

In collaboration with musician George Janouch prepared Veronika Gajerová evening chansons and songs, which will be accompanied by a short story. Beat are well-known songs as well as newly set to music texts poet Jaroslav Vrchlický, František Gellner and others. Except for a small orchestra on stage Rococo will also feature guests from fellow actors Veronica Gajerová - Martin Písařík, Hanus Bor, Veronika Kubařová or Zbigniew Kalina.

Veronika Gajerová sings like a well, visitors Theatres ABC can hear it in productions such as Mr. Kaplan has a class like Bedrich Smetana: The Greatest Hits, or in a new production Sen magical night, the famous Shakespeare comedy. She studied music and drama at the Prague Conservatory, where her teachers were among others Jaroslava Adamová and director Ladislav Vymětal (because it was hosted in 16 years in the Prague Municipal Theatres in the game of gingerbread crumbs).

Replaced engagement in the Drama Studio in Ústí nad Labem, Theatre EF Burian, Zdenek Nejedleho Realistic Theatre (later Theatre Labyrinth) and since 1994 he settled permanently in Prague Municipal Theatres, where he first played in the ensemble of the ABC (title role in Funny Girl, Marie Antoinette ad.).

For her film already during their studies at the Conservatory discovered director Karel Smyczek (House, What's the soldier). Since then, he has to his credit several dozen film and TV characters (serials were six of us, good neighborhoods instead of up, place in life, Surgery in the rose garden). From youth dubs (for the first time in the series Twin Peaks), has lent his voice a number of major TV characters - including Commissioner Julie Lescautové or Samantha in Sex and the City.

Source: Press Release

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