He began his "theatrical" career at the J. Záborský Theater in Prešov, first as an actor and later as a playwright. In addition to several radio plays, he wrote the theatrical monodrama Strange Installment, as well as the plays Romeo, Juliet and Time, or My Trap and the Nuselský most, in which he acted.
For ten years, Igor worked closely with Miroslav Horníček, with whom he performed on almost all major Czech and Slovak stages. He also sang at international gala evenings at the Rozrywki Theater in Chorzów, Poland. He has been a guest at the S + H Theater for seven seasons, co-authored and performed in the C projektuest la vie theater project, and regularly performs with his chanson recital. As an author and performer, he established himself in Poland. The Rozrywki Theater in Chorzów, with a success of 8 years, presented his play Slowly and Easily Once. In 2007, Teatr Polski in Bielsko-Biała presented his new play Intercity. In November 2008, this performance won the Young Critics' Award at the 16th International Festival Zderzenie in Klodzko Pl. The comedy "Slowly and Easily Once" is presented for the ninth season by the Warsaw Capitol Theater.