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Live Event at the MOMA

Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Leonard Lopate had a live taping at the MOMA on March 29, 2005 as part of the 20th anniversary celebration.

Guests included:

View images from the event in the slideshow below.

Leonard Lopate addresses the audience at the live taping at the MOMA on March 29, 2005.
Christine Butler
Leonard Lopate addresses the audience at the live taping at the MOMA on March 29, 2005.
Leonard discusses the art of collaboration in theater with Amanda Peet, Jeffrey Wright, Ben Stiller and Neil Labute.
Christine Butler
Leonard discusses the art of collaboration in theater with Amanda Peet, Jeffrey Wright, Ben Stiller and Neil Labute.
Amanda Peet is part of the cast of This Is How It Goes.
Christine Butler
Amanda Peet is part of the cast of This Is How It Goes.
Ben Stiller is part of the cast of This Is How It Goes.
Christine Butler
Ben Stiller is part of the cast of This Is How It Goes.
Jeffrey Wright is part of the cast of This Is How It Goes.
Christine Butler
Jeffrey Wright is part of the cast of This Is How It Goes.
Actress Rosie Perez surprises Leonard Lopate.
Christine Butler
Actress Rosie Perez surprises Leonard Lopate.
The audience at the live event.
Christine Butler
The audience at the live event.
Leonard and Word Maven Patricia T. O'Connor.
Christine Butler
Leonard and Word Maven Patricia T. O'Connor.
Leonard with Jim Taylor, co-screenwriter of Sideways and director Tamara Jenkins.
Christine Butler
Leonard with Jim Taylor, co-screenwriter of Sideways and director Tamara Jenkins.
Leonard's brother Philip Lopate.
Chrstine Butler
Leonard's brother Philip Lopate.
Leonard chats with artist Chuck Close after the show.
Christine Butler
Leonard chats with artist Chuck Close after the show.
Leonard with Director Tamara Jenkins after the show.
Christine Butler
Leonard with Director Tamara Jenkins after the show.

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