Row J 04. Matthew Broderick, Tony Danza, Jackie Hoffman, Billy Joel, Judith Light, Ben Rimalower, Sting and more appear on the December episode of theater-oriented show. Row J is on “The Last Ship” opening night red carpet. “On The Town’s” is in the Row J studio. “Bad With Money’s” Ben Rimalower’s goes Hanukkah shopping. Take a seat at the “Row J” roundtable with contributing critic Jesse Oxfeld and executive producer Brian Scott Lipton. Celebrities respond to Row J’s “question of the month.”
Row J 5. Matthew Broderick, Tony Danza, Jackie Hoffman, Billy Joel, Judith Light, Ben Rimalower, Sting and more appear on the December episode of theater-oriented show. Row J meets the cast and creatives of “Honeymoon In Vegas.” “The Untold Tales of Broadway, Volume 2’s” Jennifer Ashley Tepper tells all. Playbill.com’s Carey Purcell joins contributing critic Jesse Oxfeld at the Row J Roundtable to preview the Spring 2015 Broadway season.
Row J 06. Watch Jason Biggs, Tony Danza, Tovah Feldshuh, Marilu Henner, Carol Kane, Stewart Lane, Judith Light, Elisabeth Moss, Benjamin Scheuer and more on Row J, hosted by TJC correspondent Meredith Ganzman. The executive producer is Brian Scott Lipton.Row J Opening Night for “Honeymoon In Vegas” “Honeymoon In Vegas.” Meet the stars of the Broadway revival of Wendy Wasserstein’s “The Heidi Chronicles,” featuring Elisabeth Moss, Jason Biggs and Bryce Pinkham. Benjamin Scheuer brings “The Lion” into the “Row J” studio. Legendary theater producer Stewart Lane discusses his new book, “Black Broadway.” Meet the cast and creators of Fiasco Theater’s hit production of “Into the Woods” at the Laura Pels Theatre. Contributing critic Jesse Oxfeld and “Center On The Aisle” guest critic Steve Schonberg are at the “Row J” Roundtable to review “Honeymoon In Vegas” and to review their knowledge of Broadway love songs.
The Salon 35. Should French Jews make aliyah? Who was left out of the 2015 Oscar race? These are just some of the questions asked and answered on this month’s episode of The Salon. Featuring journalist and author Abigail Pogrebin, Modern Loss Co-Founder/CEO Rebecca Soffer, and B’nai Jeshurun’s Rabbi Felicia Sol.
The Salon 36. Why all the fuss over “Fifty Shades of Grey?” Also: anti-Semitic violence in Europe; Netanyahu’s address to Congress; and the thrill of spilling secrets. Featuring Hello Flo founder & CEO Naama Bloom, essayist and cultural critic Daphne Merkin, and documentary filmmaker Lacey Schwartz.