I dreamed of Leonard Nimoy this morning. I know this may come as a shock to some of you, but I really don’t dream of him all the time! (Although I have shared a few here) .
Anyway, I was sitting in an audience, probably at the Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theater at Symphony Space on Broadway, and I could see him at a distance, sitting on a panel with several other people, including Bill Shatner. Leonard was talking with enthusiasm about acting in a play, definitely mentioned something about Star Trek. He wore a light tan suit and brown aviator glasses like the ones he wore in the ’70’s. He was so happy and laughing, and his beautiful hands were gesturing with all his words. Surprisingly (and most unrealistically) Shatner sat quietly and didn’t interrupt! The audience laughed and applauded.
I felt so happy for him, and then suddenly it was just me and him on the stage, and he was directing me in a play. Not much else after that, although I think this came to mind because (in real life) I’ll be performing in a staged reading of The Importance of Being Earnest this coming Friday!
Nice to know dream Leonard has my back in acting!
Sweet dreams, everyone <3
3 thoughts on “I Dream of Leonard with the Light Tan Suit…”
I still catch myself checking my local listings for any Leonard Nimoy appearance on tv. I did The Lieutenant episode that Leonard appeared in lad week on GET TV. It was a real treat.:)
A most agreeable blog. LLAP!
That voice! Years ago, my wife and I drove from Santa Fe to Denver just to see Leonard Nimoy in the road company production of William Gillette’s Sherlock Holmes play, and we met him backstage after the show. It was an unforgettable moment.
He hosted and narrated an audio series of Jewish Stories from the Old World to the New that features to this day on the local station here, and read several science-fiction stories on recordings that I hope are still available for current and future generations to enjoy.