Symphony Space and Madame Secretary

René has been invited to reprise his role as “Walter Nowak” in another episode of Madame Secretary, which will begin filming during the last week of March.

The following week, René will be reading the story “Tobermory” for Selected Shorts at the Peter Jay Sharp Theatre at Symphony Space in New York City on Wednesday, April 6 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are still available: full details here.

Marguerite / March 27, 2016 / Appearances, News

Selected Shorts, March 19

For those within traveling distance of Los Angeles, René will be one of the readers at “a weekend of live performances of stories exploring darkness and light” at the Getty Museum. René will be reading at the Saturday evening performance: tickets and other information can be found on the web page for the event: Selected Shorts: Dangers and Discoveries.

Marguerite / March 4, 2016 / Appearances, News

Cortex filming in New York

René has been cast in the upcoming independent film Cortex – he expects to spend about three weeks working on this project in late February and early March in New York City.

Marguerite / February 2, 2016 / News

Madame Secretary, February 14

According to online sources, René’s guest appearance on Madame Secretary in the episode “Left of the Boom” should air on Sunday, February 14. Check your local listings to confirm the time and channel in your area.

Marguerite / January 31, 2016 / News

“Certain Women” well received

Writer-director Kelly Reichardt’s film Certain Women was well received at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, and René’s performance as “Albert” prompted positive reviews:

“Reichardt’s “Certain Women” stars the powerhouse trio of Laura Dern, Kristen Stewart and Michelle Williams, a virtuosic Rene Auberjonois and a radiant Lily Gladstone.” –Los Angeles Times

“…all the performances are rock-solid, with all the players making the most of the writer-director’s gifts at silence and suggestion. Dern has been cornering the market on beatific moms lately, so it’s a treat to watch her play an intelligent, unsatisfied, exasperated woman, and seeing the legendary Auberjonois on the prairie immediately calls to mind his supporting role in the Robert Altman classic McCabe & Mrs. Miller.” –The Wrap


Marguerite / January 31, 2016 / News