In "Vicuña," a diabolical real estate tycoon turned Republican presidential candidate orders a bespoke power suit for the campaign's final debate, but it's clearly the play itself that has been…
Jon Robin Baitz
The Writers Guild of America has amped up its battle with NBC's documentary-reality operation Peacock Prods., taking its unionization case to Comcast/NBCU topper Stephen Burke.
This month, Roland Emmerich is back to wreaking havoc on Pennsylvania Avenue in "White House Down," an '80s-style action-drama that could bring welcome news to Sony's largely sagging box office…
Great storytelling has returned to the theater with a vengeance. Nina Raine's “Tribes,” being given its West Coast premiere at the Taper, is one of several new plays presented here that reject the…
How refreshing -- a dysfunctional family drama in which you actually give a damn who gets written out of the will.
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Genuinely interesting characters are endowed with enough intelligence and wit to turn their domestic crisis into crackling drama.
After 38 years of dealmaking, CAA agent Michael Peretzian is leaving the tenpercentery biz at year's end to become a full-time theater director.
Jon Robin Baitz's latest play is head and shoulders above most current dramatic offerings. Two-thirds masterpiece, "The Paris Letter" supplies such a stirring dramatic experience that its lapses in…
"The Paris Letter," a new play by Jon Robin Baitz, headlines the 2003-04 season of Boston's nonprofit Huntington Theater Co. Tentative dates for the new play are Oct. 31-Nov. 30.
Conclusions are troublesome for playwright Jon Robin Baitz. He creates rich characters with a lot on their minds that, in the hands of the right actors, can provide penetrating studies of various…
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