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Finding Aid for the Robert Litz papers, 1979-2012
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Robert Litz was a writer for theater, film, and television. The collection consists of script and project files representing his career.
Robert Litz was born October 3, 1950, in Cleveland, OH. He studied at Boston University and Harvard University. After graduating from Harvard, Litz began working as a press agent and actor for the New England Repertory Theatre in Worcester, MA. In the early 1980s, he began writing plays and became known in 1983 for his play, Great Divide. Throughout his career, Litz wrote 17 produced plays, including Domino, One World, and Mobile Hymn. He also wrote for film and television. His produced screenplays include Rappin' (1985) and House of Cards (1993). His television credits include documentaries written for A&E, History, and Discovery, including the A&E Biography episodes George Washington, Andrew Jackson, and the Emmy-nominated John Travolta. Robert Litz died on October 10, 2012 in Los Angeles, CA.
21.75 linear ft. (44 boxes)
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