Jan Frič (b. 1983) – A graduate of drama directing at DAMU in Prague. His graduation productions included Cold Country / Kaltes Land by Swiss author Reto Finger and the project Male Affairs (the production Gloom Of Points by Petr Kolečko). He works with A Studio Rubín, where in addition to the serial House Of Love he has also directed the musical Cabaret Hašek by Miloš Orson Štědroň and Current by Ondřej Novotný. He has also worked at the Petr Bezruč Theatre (Harshly / Softly), the Šalda Theatre in Liberec (Kokkola), the Klicpera Theatre in Hradec Králové (The Cripple of Inishmaan) and the K3 Theatre in Olomouc (Someone's Coming). At the Theatre on the Balustrade he has directed The Oginski Polonaise (2009), Tartuffe Games (2009) and Orestes Material, a variation on an ancient theme. Marie Reslová has written of Frič: "Director Jan Frič is the pupil of one of the most distinctive directors of the generation of 'fathers', Jan Nebeský. It is very encouraging to see the continuity with which he follows in Nebeský's footsteps, developing Nebeský's themes and theatrical language in his own way."