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    Robert Sean Leonard unpluggend!


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    Robert Sean Leonard unpluggend!


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    Ein Artikel mit Spoilern zur 6. Staffel: House’s keeper

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    Ein Artikel mit Spoilern zur 6. Staffel: House’s keeper

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    Kleiner und feiner Bericht zu Roberts 'Performance' in New York

    A little RSL report! Back in New York City for the House hiatus Robert appeared at a reading last week at Symphony Space. His first time performing on a New York stage in approximately 4 years!
    He was truly magnificent! My how he belongs on a stage.
    He appeared with a small set of actors and the author of a new comedy anthology entitled, Humor Me.

    5 selections from the book were read in solo performances; RSL closed the evening with his delightful rendition of David Sedaris's A Plague of Tics. It recalls in great detail Sedaris's battle with obsessive compulsive behavior from his childhood thru his college days. What this guy goes thru makes Wilson's little nit piks by comparison truly inconsequential.

    It is funny, horrifying and a little sad but ultimately touching. RSL read it beautifully, simple and straight forward while getting ever bit of hilarity and pathos out of it. The audience responded very enthusiastically. On an evening when each piece was written and read wonderfully RSL really was THE hit of the night.

    As for the more shallow observations; He looked fantastic too. From my vantage point I could see him thru the wings walking about backstage as others performed; glasses on, in a white dress shirt and pale blue tie with his shirt sleeves rolled up (how Wilson can you get!). When he came on stage he was wearing a very nice charcoal gray suit with his suit jacket unbuttoned showing off a standard men's suit belt. The white shirt was lose a bit in front where it was tucked into the pants.

    His hair still short but less severe then what Wilson is currently sporting. Guess it had some time to grow out a bit, the brushed to the side bangs now have a bit of a fringe effect at the right side of his forehead though not yet at the pinnacle floppy state. He's also thin as a rail and one can appreciate those long, long legs. He just looks so much more attractive in person, as if he was suddenly 6 or 7 years younger, than he does right now on House.

    He was clearly enjoying himself during the read. Feeling every bit of the audience's response, though he never played to them, he wore an easy smile through out.

    I'm not sure as of yet if he will be doing any other readings while home but I'm sure glad I got to see him in this and I can't wait until the time when he's back on the New York boards for good.

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    Robert spricht

    Schon etwas älter, aber immer wieder sehens - und hörenswert.

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    Kleiner und feiner Bericht zu Roberts 'Performance' in New York

    A little RSL report! Back in New York City for the House hiatus Robert appeared at a reading last week at Symphony Space. His first time performing on a New York stage in approximately 4 years!
    He was truly magnificent! My how he belongs on a stage.
    He appeared with a small set of actors and the author of a new comedy anthology entitled, Humor Me.

    5 selections from the book were read in solo performances; RSL closed the evening with his delightful rendition of David Sedaris's A Plague of Tics. It recalls in great detail Sedaris's battle with obsessive compulsive behavior from his childhood thru his college days. What this guy goes thru makes Wilson's little nit piks by comparison truly inconsequential.

    It is funny, horrifying and a little sad but ultimately touching. RSL read it beautifully, simple and straight forward while getting ever bit of hilarity and pathos out of it. The audience responded very enthusiastically. On an evening when each piece was written and read wonderfully RSL really was THE hit of the night.

    As for the more shallow observations; He looked fantastic too. From my vantage point I could see him thru the wings walking about backstage as others performed; glasses on, in a white dress shirt and pale blue tie with his shirt sleeves rolled up (how Wilson can you get!). When he came on stage he was wearing a very nice charcoal gray suit with his suit jacket unbuttoned showing off a standard men's suit belt. The white shirt was lose a bit in front where it was tucked into the pants.

    His hair still short but less severe then what Wilson is currently sporting. Guess it had some time to grow out a bit, the brushed to the side bangs now have a bit of a fringe effect at the right side of his forehead though not yet at the pinnacle floppy state. He's also thin as a rail and one can appreciate those long, long legs. He just looks so much more attractive in person, as if he was suddenly 6 or 7 years younger, than he does right now on House.

    He was clearly enjoying himself during the read. Feeling every bit of the audience's response, though he never played to them, he wore an easy smile through out.

    I'm not sure as of yet if he will be doing any other readings while home but I'm sure glad I got to see him in this and I can't wait until the time when he's back on the New York boards for good.

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    Robert spricht

    Schon etwas älter, aber immer wieder sehens - und hörenswert.

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    Wilson in Schafspelz



    ...und mit Wilson meine ich RSL, natürlich :Augenzwinkern_2:

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    Wilson in Schafspelz



    ...und mit Wilson meine ich RSL, natürlich :Augenzwinkern_2:

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    RSL zum Zweiten


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    RSL zum Zweiten


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    Gibts da noch nähere Infos zu? Wieviel Präsenz hat er da?

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    Gibts da noch nähere Infos zu? Wieviel Präsenz hat er da?

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    RSL liest im nächsten Jahr wieder Kurzstorys

    RSL participating in Selected Shorts on March 26/27 at Getty Center

    Selected Shorts: Delicious Fictions
    March 26/ 27, 2011
    3 pm/ 7 pm
    Harold M. Williams Auditorium, Getty Center
    Leonard Nimoy and Robert Sean Leonard lead a lineup of terrific actors reading luscious tales of food, passions, politics, mystery and deep sea adventure. Classic and new, these stories are set in diverse locales: around a Cuban family dinner table, at a tavern in Madrid, on a submarine off the West African coast, and beyond.

    Tickets $20; $15 students/seniors.
    Tickets on sale beginning January 20.

    Performances and Films at the Getty

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    RSL liest im nächsten Jahr wieder Kurzstorys

    RSL participating in Selected Shorts on March 26/27 at Getty Center

    Selected Shorts: Delicious Fictions
    March 26/ 27, 2011
    3 pm/ 7 pm
    Harold M. Williams Auditorium, Getty Center
    Leonard Nimoy and Robert Sean Leonard lead a lineup of terrific actors reading luscious tales of food, passions, politics, mystery and deep sea adventure. Classic and new, these stories are set in diverse locales: around a Cuban family dinner table, at a tavern in Madrid, on a submarine off the West African coast, and beyond.

    Tickets $20; $15 students/seniors.
    Tickets on sale beginning January 20.

    Performances and Films at the Getty

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    House Call: The Doctor is in the 'House': Bergen.com

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    House Call: The Doctor is in the 'House': Bergen.com

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    Habe mal die Szene vom Paley Fest 2006 hochgeladen. RSL erklärt wie er zu der Rolle des Wilson gekommen ist.


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    Robert geht an den Broadway

    House's Exasperated Oncologist Heading Back to Broadway

    Robert Sean Leonard, best known for playing best buddy and foil to Hugh Laurie's dyspeptic title character on FOX's hit series House, M.D., will join the cast of a new Broadway revival of Garson Kanin's Born Yesterday, producers said today.

    Leonard is not one of those "TV actors" who will have to prove his stageworthiness. Prior to House he had a very successful Broadway career, earning several Tony nominations and winning one a decade ago for his performance in The Invention of Love, Tom Stoppard's play about poet A.E. Housman.

    Leonard's films include Dead Poets Society and The Age of Innocence. He's played Dr. James Wilson on House since the show debuted in 2004.

    In Born Yesterday Leonard will co-star with Jim Belushi and Nina Arianda. Previews start March 31, with opening night scheduled for April 24.

    Quelle

    Ich freue mich so für ihn!

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    Habe mal die Szene vom Paley Fest 2006 hochgeladen. RSL erklärt wie er zu der Rolle des Wilson gekommen ist.


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    Robert geht an den Broadway

    House's Exasperated Oncologist Heading Back to Broadway

    Robert Sean Leonard, best known for playing best buddy and foil to Hugh Laurie's dyspeptic title character on FOX's hit series House, M.D., will join the cast of a new Broadway revival of Garson Kanin's Born Yesterday, producers said today.

    Leonard is not one of those "TV actors" who will have to prove his stageworthiness. Prior to House he had a very successful Broadway career, earning several Tony nominations and winning one a decade ago for his performance in The Invention of Love, Tom Stoppard's play about poet A.E. Housman.

    Leonard's films include Dead Poets Society and The Age of Innocence. He's played Dr. James Wilson on House since the show debuted in 2004.

    In Born Yesterday Leonard will co-star with Jim Belushi and Nina Arianda. Previews start March 31, with opening night scheduled for April 24.

    Quelle

    Ich freue mich so für ihn!

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