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Mareika schrieb am 9. April 2008, 23.15 Uhr:
Two, sag mal, warum kann man dir keine GL schicken?

Die Mail ist übrigens angekommen, aber ich kann noch immer nichts losschicken.

Bei Abwesenheitsnotiz geht das leider nicht.




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Neral_Jourian schrieb am 2. August 2008, 22.05 Uhr:
Vielleicht interessiert es den einen oder anderen Robert Beltran Fan.
Am 13. August zeigt RTL 2 ab 22:25 den Film "Manticore".

Neral, danke für die Information, aber ein "echter " RB Fan hat das natürlich auf DVD. Grafik




13.8.2008, 10:42

 
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Wenn du es sagst, vielleicht gibt es auch den einen oder anderen RB Fan der den Film noch nicht kannte. Möglich ist alles. Grafik




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13.8.2008, 10:58

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RoAdBe - The Unofficial Robert Adame Beltran FanSite!

New Messageboard!!!
I've been forced to create a new board because of immense spam activety!
The new board is open to everyone to view, but registration is required to post.

the link:
http://www.beltranrobert.de/phpBB3/index.php

Therefor you can also use avatars and create polls!
You'll find different categories as well.

It would be wonderfull if you could send me your feedback, you can do so through my email addy provided on my homepage.

RoAdBe: http://www.beltranrobert.de/




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Für alle, die es interessiert

Robert Beltran hat mit großem Erfolg einen Monat lang in LA Theater gespielt (vorher mit ebenso großem Erfolg- s. verschiedene Reports im Netz- in San Francisco).
Das Stück- Solitude- ist jetzt für einen Preis nominiert.

Nomination

Auf dieser Seite gibt es Fotos von einer Gala am 3. Oktober (feiern die auch den 3. Oktober? Grafik ) an diesem Theater

Gala

und gleich auf der ersten Seite ein nagelneues RB Foto

nagelneues RB Foto

Beitrag wurde am 14. Oktober 2009, 13:46 Uhr editiert.




14.10.2009, 13:39

 
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Larry Nemecek hat eine tolle Kritik zu RBs Theaterstück "Solitude" geschrieben.

Robert Beltran shines in a very shiny world premiere play: "Solitude"; in Los Angeles von Larry Nemecek

Robert Beltran has been one of the Trek "alumni" to keep a low profile, avoiding the convention stage for the most part and keeping to his acting. And for that, he has long said he prefers the live stage to film and TV, even though that’s what pays the bills.

Being in L.A., there`s constantly a lot of buzz and PR flying by for plays featuring a lot of the Trekland folks we know, and don`t always have the time to check them out or follow-up. My general impression of Robert the past few years was that he did a lot of ethnic theatre, which flourishes here amid LA`s big melting pot. So when a mutual friend was visiting and got us all passes to go see him in "Solitude" Sept. 19, I figured a play being staged by the Latino Theatre Company would be enjoyable as some kind of typical ethnic theme.

It was enjoyable, all right, but nothing like I was expecting. In fact, I was blown away! This world premiere by Evelina Fernandez, who was also part of the cast and developed it in workshop with them, was hardly a "token" Latino play. It used the culture as a backdrop, but the play was all about a man who`d escaped his poverty and built a successful career, leaving everything behind in shame-including his friends and mother, none of whom he`d seen in years - until her funeral, that is. Funny and sad, touching and dangerous-as with the best of drama, a feast of emotions.

Robert`s fans would have been amazed and pleased, as we were, to see him display so many sides so far from Chakotay. Funny enough, his role was the limo driver for the mourners- aloof from the small group at first, but a man who definitely makes an impact. A lover of women but fearful of marriage, a spouter of opinions but an observer of people- with a lot of punch lines and funny bits. As he constantly quotes Mexican writer Octavio Paz`s "The Labyrinth of Solitude" a look at the Mexicans split cultural psyche, Robert`s character "The Man" serves almost like a chorus or narrator. Still, he also sneaks his way right into the heart of the action- not just about the son/husband, but increasingly all those around him at his mother`s after-funeral gathering.

Most of all, for Robert and the entire seven-member cast, the play smacks you with incredible energy from being so stylized: A simple stage with black chairs, table and grand piano. A mute character introduced as Robert`s cousin Chelo, but underscores the moods with his cello actually played live on stage. A bare theatre back wall where projections show a stream of ornate titles and curly-Q designs are projected, naming each new scene as it unfolds.

And then the music: BLARING Cuban and Latin rhythms during the scene breaks. They punctuate, overwhelm and infect the listeners with verve and focus- not only the audience but the cast as well, who dance in place, solo, to the music at every scene break. Even as they change the simple set pieces themselves. Sometimes together; sometimes each doing their own thing, off in different directions. (Can you tell that I loved this staging, and most of all the injection of such powerful and revealing music into what otherwise would have been simple, throwaway scene changes?) It`s as if every character played out his own little dance, even when others are not watching- or, occasionally, kinda sorta together. Not as couples- just in the same general direction, with the same general moves.

Now, I have bachelor`s and master`s degrees in theatre, but it has been years since I actively worked or volunteered- so I tend to think I`m a little out of the world of live theatre these days. I enjoyed the daring staging with its music mood and metaphors, and felt like I was back in the rawness of university theatre; I wondered, though, if that was typical today for L.A. theatre. But I got to chat with director Jose Luis Valenzuela, the UCLA professor and Latino Theatre founder/artistic director, and he assured me that it was still very much atypical and "out there" I was not outdated at all!

The show had a great run of Sept. 9-Oct. 4, Thursdays through Sundays with an extra matinee Saturdays, and was held over an extra week. We enjoyed it so much we went back again and paid for our tickets that time! Many of Robert`s Trekmates came to see it through the run, too; on our second trip we saw Garrett Wang and caught up with him during intermission.

All in all, it was the first live show we had seen Robert in since his bare-bones Hamlet production about 10 years ago, during Voyager. "The Man" was a great role for him, letting him display a real power and range from comedy to seduction to enigma, and the reviews got it. The Los Angeles Times cites "sexy, funny Robert Beltran in the show`s linchpin performance"; LA`s ShowMag.com simply called it "a powerful performance."

And we concur! It was a total surprise from what we were expecting, we got swept up in the simplicity and the bold use of music, and we loved it. And when we got the chance to catch up afterwards, that`s exactly what we told Robert.

Enjoy!

Larry`s homepage

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23.1.2010, 14:47

 
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wie gerne wäre ich da gewesen. da der mann ja ein bühnen mensch ist muss es einen wirklich umhauen




13.4.2010, 20:16

 
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ich lass mich am 27. und 28.8 in düsseldorf von ihm umhauen.




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