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Jon Robin Baitz

Here's The Thing

Patti LuPone and Jon Robin Baitz and Stacy Keach

Monday, February 03, 2014

Alec Baldwin talks with three major theater artists who have had different influences, obstacles, and career experiences. 

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Here's The Thing

Jon Robin Baitz

Monday, June 04, 2012

Baitz tells Alec about the origin of his Broadway play, his short-lived adventures writing for television in Hollywood, and the relief of coming back to the theater.

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Studio 360

Baitz, Spark, Frankfurt Kitchen

Friday, January 28, 2011

We make a prediction about the identity of the anonymous author of O: A Presidential Novel. Kurt Andersen talks with the playwright Jon Robin Baitz about "Other Desert Cities," his new drama about a family in crisis. The director Lisa Cholodenko has a fresh take on the modern family with ...

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Studio 360

Goodbye, Hollywood (and Good Riddance)

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Jon Robin Baitz was already a successful playwright when he went to Hollywood to create ABC's Brother's and Sisters. The show was a hit for Baitz, but turns out, the city was anything but: "It was a nightmare.  Just the fact that I came from New York and wrote sort of serious-ish plays, before I opened my mouth, there was a kind of trope going around the network already: 'We can't have any of the Baitzian angst.'''

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Studio 360

Getty Fabulous: Live in L.A.

Friday, June 06, 2008

Studio 360 goes Hollywood. In June 2007, in front of a live audience at the Getty Center in Los Angeles, Kurt talked to the city’s creative movers and shakers. East L.A. fusion rockers Quetzal show how they’re pushing the boundaries of Chicano music to a new level of cool. Jon Robin Baitz (creator of ABC’s "Brothers and Sisters") explains why it’s good to be a playwright writing for TV. Plus, insightful commentary from Svetlana, LA's most highly cultured escort (as performed by actress and playwright Iris Bahr).

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Studio 360

Getty Fabulous: Live in L.A.

Friday, July 06, 2007

Studio 360 goes Hollywood. Kurt Andersen is live at the Getty Center in Los Angeles talking to some of the city’s creative movers and shakers. East L.A. fusion rockers Quetzal show how they're pushing the boundaries of Chicano music to a new level of cool. Jon Robin Baitz (creator of ABC's "Brothers and Sisters") explains why it’s good to be a playwright writing for TV. Plus, insightful commentary from Svetlana, L.A.'s most highly cultured escort (as performed by actress and playwright Iris Bahr).

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