Hitting 100 didn't stop Zvonimir Rogoz from going on with the show in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, on his birthday. Rogoz portrayed the guest of a depraved family in Miroslav Krleza's "The Glembajs," a classic Yugoslav drama about the decadence of Croatian nobility. The weekend performance was in Zagreb's Gavela Theater, which Rogoz co-founded in the 1950s after returning to Yugoslavia from Prague's National Theater. Rogoz also co-starred with Hedy Lamarr in the 1933 film "Ecstasy." "An actor really matures at 40; until then he's just a trainee," Rogoz told reporters.