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TSMrW#0
Posted: 5/17/03 at 9:51pm
I was just thinking about him...and how empty Broadway seems without him!!!!!!!!!
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TSMRW#1
Posted: 5/18/03 at 6:14pm
Your Dollypop. It does seem different since he has been gone. I heard he was going to be in another movie, besides Alamo. I was just talking about him last night. I will miss Christopher Sieber also when he starts in a sitcom.
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Wilson flicks#2
Posted: 5/18/03 at 6:59pm
Yes, you are right...he is playing Raoul in the upcoming film of Phantom of the Opera. And his long-completed Angels in America will be shown soon on HBO.

The other three Monty leading men in the role - Jarrod Emick, Matthew Stocke, and Will Chase are all Broadway bound...the first two in Boy from...and Will into Aida.

Yes, we need the guy back on Broadway even though Hollywood calls...

Miss him hanging out wearing leather pants...
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TSMrW#3
Posted: 5/24/03 at 11:34pm
Leather pants? I thought all he wore were wrinkled shirts!

He really does need to get back to the NY stage. I'll miss him when I got to NYC this July.
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Stoning Coming#4
Posted: 5/25/03 at 2:23am
Umm don't understand, who is TSMrW??? Been wondering for a long time...Sorry DP. I'm not good with names, I have been known to forget my own name much less famous people.

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TSMrW is...#5
Posted: 5/25/03 at 3:27am
Patrick Wilson, late of Oklahoma and soon to be before the cameras as the Vicomte Raoul de Chaingy (sp?) in the film version of Phantom of the Opera.
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The Sensuous Mr. Wilson#6
Posted: 5/25/03 at 3:39am
The Sensuous Mr. Wilson is also known as Patrick Wilson. Since you're kind of a hot guy yourself Stevos, you'll be forgiven for this lapse this one time.

I'm sure Dollypop can expound upon TSMrW's many charms in a more eloquent and worthy manner.
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...#7
Posted: 5/25/03 at 4:11am
*drools* Mmmm... Patrick. :)
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Meanwhile...#8
Posted: 5/25/03 at 5:08am
Big orgy at Daisy's new apartment next Saturday night. All are expected to attend. Big gathering of the year... we're celebrating Flaemmchen's birthday, which is today folks! Happy 19th!

For more info on what to expect at this party... check out... http://www.livejournal.com/users/broadway_diva

BTW, Mr.W is the guest of honor.
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please excuse...#9
Posted: 5/25/03 at 11:50am
daisyhilton was a little drunk last night when she posted that. Blame it on The Rocky Horror Picture Show which, by the way, if you live in New York and haven't done it, shame shame shame on you! It's playing now at Clearview Chelsea so you don't have to go all the way down to the Village, and it is more fun than any new movie that you'll see now.
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Wilson#10
Posted: 5/25/03 at 12:50pm
Because I don't live in NYC I can only go by the cd recordings and Patrick is amazingly versatile in The Full Monty. He has an awesome rock sound, with a raspy yet effective voice. Then I would assume he would be more baritone operatic for Oklahoma. Very versatile, which is no wonder he has been cast in Angels in America, and POTO the film. Rising star! Wilson
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TSMrW's voice#11
Posted: 5/25/03 at 1:08pm
Perfect analysis...rock on one hand, pure legit on the other.
Not to mention the fact that he looks great in brown leather pants.

(Hey, anything to keep the thread going til Dollypop gets back to jump in for his pal!)
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???#12
Posted: 5/25/03 at 1:17pm
lol, what's with the brown leather pants?? lol does he wear them in a show, or out signing autographs?? lol, it's just funny.

by the way i was watching my taped copy of the Tony's the year Full Monty was on, lol, and when they all pulled off their underwear and the lights went out I noticed the Wilson was shaking his... himself... wiggling around, lol, I busted out laughing. I also heard from other people that they noticed the same thing. Oh, Patrick, what a braggard! lol But I guess he was thinking, hey you got it flaunt it! lol lol
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No the pants are for hanging out...#13
Posted: 5/25/03 at 1:29pm
...maybe the phrase "hanging out" should be more carefully used considering the rest of your post.

Yes, that year at the Tonys - when we in the audience got to see more of the Monty guys than the audience viewing at home. Has to do with television vs. stage lighting. Check out Gwyneth Paltrow's reaction in the audience...I think they caught it on the telecast.

Same thing happened with the Monty guys performance before Queen Elizabeth at the televised Royal Variety Show...Her Royal Majesty (HRM) got quite a sight thanks to the lighting - and what she saw became big news in England and around the world. But that wasn't Patrick because he didn't go to England for that appearance - his Broadway understudy, Matthew Stocke, stood in for him before the Queen.

News of The Queen's peep-show traveled far and fast...Monty choreographer Jerry Mitchell (who also didn't go to England for the Royal Variety Show but sent dance captain Denis Jones... aka Keno the Stripper in the show) knew that the news really was spreading worldwide when he heard about it from his brother in the Midwest.
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lol#14
Posted: 5/25/03 at 1:33pm
lol, that's so funny, and I reacted the same way at home, especially since it was on national television!

hey did you ever hear about the interview with the 2 performers of Puppetry of the penis?? Well one time, I heard they were being interviewed and they were nude, ofcourse, well there was two cameras on them. One was their top half and the other the bottom half. But the bottom half of them was aired on national television by mistake, and immediately they recieved hoards of phone calls.

oooppppsss lol
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THANKS!#15
Posted: 5/26/03 at 6:01am
Hurry back dolly, and tell me more of this TSMrW. I am interested to hear the antics of a rising star.

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No antics#16
Posted: 5/27/03 at 6:38pm
I'm sorry to say that the word "antics" doesn't apply to TSMrW. He is very low-keyed off-stage and a warm and wonderful human being. Too bad he's straight.
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