THE JEWISH CHANNEL HAS A FUN­FILLED FEBRUARY ON “ROW J” airing on demand Feb 10

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The Jewish Channel will broadcast the latest edition of its popular theater­ oriented monthly TV show, “Row J,” to begin airing on demand on Tuesday, February 10. Row J” is hosted by TJC correspondent Meredith Ganzman. The executive producer is Brian Scott Lipton.

Each episode of “Row J” focuses on Broadway and off­ Broadway shows, highlighting Jewish themes, actors, writers, and directors. Theater personalities discuss their current projects and careers, alongside reviews of new shows, on ­location features with theater community notables, and other special segments. The February edition of “Row J” will include:

  • a preview of the upcoming Broadway revival of Wendy Wasserstein’s “The Heidi Chronicles,” featuring starsElisabeth Moss, Jason Biggs, and Bryce Pynkham.
  • a report on the opening of the new musical “Honeymoon in Vegas” featuring star Tony Danza and former “Taxi” castmates including Marilu Henner, Judith Light, and Carol Kane.

  • a talk with award ­winning actress Tovah Feldshuh, who previews her upcoming cabaret act “Aging Is Optional” at 54 Below.

  • an in ­studio interview with acclaimed singer ­songwriter Benjamin Scheuer, whose hit show “The Lion” is returning for an Off­ Broadway run.

  • a sneak peek at Fiasco Theater’s hit production of “Into the Woods” at the Laura Pels Theatre. * an intimate chat with legendary theater producer and “Black Broadway” author Stewart Lane.

  • our monthly roundtable, featuring Ganzman along with Row J” contributing critic Jesse Oxfeld, and guest criticSteve Schonberg.

  • Row J’s always provocative “question of the month” ABOUT THE JEWISH CHANNEL

Called a “Jewish HBO” by the New York Times,The Jewish Channel is an award­ winning premium cable television channel available nationwide. Boasting 50,000 subscribers, TJC is one of the most­ subscribed ­to Jewish media outlets in the country.