Row J 07. Watch David Burtka, Erin Davie, Kurt Deutsch, Robert Fairchild, Stephen Flaherty, Marc Kudisch, Susan L. Schulman, Chip Zien and more on Row J, hosted by TJC correspondent Meredith Ganzman. The executive producer is Brian Scott Lipton. Meet the cast and creatives of “An American In Paris.” Go inside the David and Clare Rosen Memorial Play Contest, the first ever Jewish play contest. Tony Award nominee Marc Kudisch will discuss his role in Broadway’s “Hand to God.” Visit Kurt Deutsch, founder of Sh-K-Boom Records, and a producer of the recently released film version of Jason Robert Brown’s hit musical “The Last Five Years.” Veteran theater and personal publicist Susan L. Schulman has your “Backstage Pass to Broadway.” Celebrate Stephen Sondheim’s birthday at the Row J Roundtable.
Row J 08. Watch David Burtka, Anna Chlumsky, Renee Fleming, Sheldon Harnick, James Monroe Iglehart, Billy Magnussen, Jerry O’Connell, Brad Oscar, and more luminaries on Row J, hosted by TJC correspondent Meredith Ganzman. The executive producer is Brian Scott Lipton. Meet and Greet Broadway’s Newest Shows. Sheldon Harnick talks bringing “Fiddler on the Roof” back to Broadway. Brad Oscar looks back on his Jewish roots and looks forward to the new show, “Something Rotten,” and author Andy Propst discusses his new biography of Cy Coleman, “You Fascinate Me So.” Meredith Ganzman, Jesse Oxfeld and Rob Kahn of WNBCNY, review “Fish in the Dark” and “The Heidi Chronicles.”
The Salon 37. Jewish women discuss: ideas for liberation this Passover, gains made for haredi women in the Israeli elections, brands and social issues, and parenting tips for co-host Rachel Sklar, who’s nine months pregnant! Featuring Dr. Esther Altmann, Director of Pastoral Counseling at Yeshivat Maharat; Andrea Salwen Kopel, Executive Director of NCJW-NY; and Lenore Skenazy, host of the television series “World’s Worst Mom.”
The Salon 38. Women in Tech and at the Western Wall, Anti-Semitism on college campuses, religion on airplanes, and more. Jewish women discuss it all on The Salon. With the ACLU’s Ariela Migdal, JWA’s Judith Rosenbaum, and GothamGal.com’s Joanne Wilson.