Ernst Arnošt Bach

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Ernst Arnošt Bach

Birthplace: Cheb (Eger), Bohemia, Czech Republic
Death: November 01, 1929 (53)
Starnberg, Upper Bavaria, Bayern, Germany (Angina following swim in Starnbergersee )
Place of Burial: Munich, Germany
Immediate Family:

Son of Emil Bach and Henriette Bach
Husband of Martha Charlotte Bach
Father of Rolf Cecil Bach
Brother of Emma Bach and Adela Bach

Occupation: Playwrite (in partnership with Franz Arnold) and Theatre Director
Managed by: Peter Rohel (c)
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About Ernst Arnošt Bach

Ernst Bach, Theatre director and dramatist 10 May 1876 (Cheb /Eger, Bohemia, Czech) - 1 November 1929 (Munich) -- 1899: made his debut as an actor at the Wiener Raimund Theater, 1903: went to Residenztheater in Berlin, 1905: went to Lustspielhaus, Berlin, 1906: became Regisseur, 1908: became Oberregisseur, 1909: started partnership with Franz Arnold with whom he wrote more than 20 plays, mainly farces and operettas, Arnold originated the "Handlungsskizzen" and Bach added the "Pointen und komischen Effekten" (eg "Hurrah, ein Junge" 1927), 1917: became director of the Muenchener Volkstheater (opened 1903; destroyed by bombs in World War II) -- Residences in Munich: 1918: Karlstrasse 1 (round the corner from the Volkstheater), 1920-23: Siegfriedstrasse 6, Schwabing, 1924-25: Sonnenstrasse 5, 1926-28: Maximilliansplatz 7 (opposite Café Luitpold: no longer there – destroyed in the war), 1929: Holbeinstrasse 24 (east of the English Garden)

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Ernst Arnošt Bach's Timeline

May 10, 1876
Cheb (Eger), Bohemia, Czech Republic
September 20, 1908
Age 32
Berlin, Berlin, Germany

20 September 1908 in Berlin

November 1, 1929
Age 53
Starnberg, Upper Bavaria, Bayern, Germany
Munich, Germany