Jon Robin Baitz

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Tom Slaughter by Jon Robin Baitz
Slaughter 01

Tom Slaughter’s paintings have a very specific effect. Like Brazilian music, as in Jobim, or Caetano Veloso, they are instantly pleasing.

Tom Slaughter by Jon Robin Baitz
Slaughter 01

Tom Slaughter’s paintings have a very specific effect. Like Brazilian music, as in Jobim, or Caetano Veloso, they are instantly pleasing.

Neil LaBute by Jon Robin Baitz
Labute 04 Body

In a letter to Mrs. Patrick Campbell, written in November 1912, George Bernard Shaw cleverly described himself as follows: “He will fill his fountain pen with your heart’s blood, and sell your most sacred emotions on the stage.

Ron Rifkin by Jon Robin Baitz
Rifkin 01 Body

Given Ron Rifkin’s emotionally deep being, its easy to see why Jon Robin Baitz wrote the lead character in The Substance of Fire with Rifkin in mind. The playwright and the actor intimately discuss their friendship and life in the theater.

Between Planes by Jon Robin Baitz
Marilyn Lerner

For Alter, the funeral had been tranquil almost to the point of vacuousness. 

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