Row J 10. Jesse Eisenberg, Lisa Kron, Marc Kudisch, Helen Mirren, Bill Pullman, Alex Sharp, Brandon Uranowitz, Julie White and more luminaries to appear on Row J. The popular theater-oriented monthly TV show, “Row J,” is hosted by TJC correspondent Meredith Ganzman. The executive producer is Brian Scott Lipton. Row J goes to the Drama Desk Awards and the Tony Awards. Row J speaks with Oscar nominee Jesse Eisenberg, who will discuss “The Spoils,” upcoming films and other projects. 2015 Tony nominee Brandon Uranowitz, currently starring in the hit Broadway musical “An American in Paris” and Row J visit Jacques Torres Chocolate. Go inside New York Historical Society’s new exhibition, “The Hirschfeld Century: The Art of Al Hirschfeld.” Row J contributing critic Jesse Oxfeld, and guest critic Steve Schoenberg, discuss the Tony Awards, the new hit Broadway play “An Act of God,” starring Jim Parsons, and a look at 2015-2016 Broadway season.
Row J 2-01. The Jewish Channel offers a second season of its popular theater-oriented monthly TV show, “Row J,” hosted by TJC correspondent Meredith Ganzman. The executive producer is Brian Scott Lipton. Steven Boyer, Jonathan Groff, David Korins, Linda Lavin, Camryn Manheim, Marlee Matlin, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Dan Lauria and more luminaries appear on show. Watch a special sneak preview of the Broadway production of Deaf West’s “Spring Awakening,” including interviews with Academy Award winner Marlee Matlin and Emmy Award winner Camryn Manheim. Tony Award nominee Steven Boyer of “Hand to God” joins “Row J” in studio. Visit to the workshop of award-winning set designer David Korins, who is currently represented on Broadway by “Hamilton” and is designing the upcoming play “Misery.” On the season premiere of our monthly roundtable, Meredith Ganzman along with “Row J” contributing critic Jesse Oxfeld, and executive producer Brian Scott Lipton, discuss their current favorite shows, including “Fool for Love,” “Ripcord” and “The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey.” The question of the month was posed to numerous cast members and guests at the opening night of “Hamilton,” including Jonathan Groff, Christopher Jackson, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Steven Pasquale, Alex Sharp, Phillipa Soo and Aaron Tveit.