Jill Furman and Andrew Blauner were married Jan. 13 at the Pool restaurant at the Seagram Building in New York. Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein officiated.
The bride and groom graduated from Brown and each received M.B.A.s from Columbia.
Ms. Furman, 49, is a theatrical producer; her producing credits include the Tony-award winning musicals “In the Heights” and “Hamilton.” She is on the board of the Lung Cancer Research Foundation in New York.
She is a daughter of Roy Furman of Palm Beach, Fla., and New York, and the late Frieda Bueler Furman The bride’s father is a vice chairman of the Jefferies group, the global investment banking firm, and a vice chairman of Lincoln Center, both in New York. He is also a Tony-award-winning producer of many Broadway shows, including the current shows “Dear Evan Hansen” and “Hello, Dolly!”; “The Color Purple,” which closed in 2017 and is now on tour; and “Carousel,” which is to begin previews in February. Her mother was on the board of American Friends of the Israel Museum in New York. The bride is also a stepdaughter of Marjorie Fisher Furman.
The bride’s previous marriage ended in divorce.
Mr. Blauner, 53, is the founder and owner of Blauner Books Literary Agency in New York. He is also the editor of seven anthologies including “Coach,” essays by 25 writers about their athletic mentors (Warner Books, 2005), and “Central Park,” essays by writers sharing memories about the park (Bloomsbury, 2012).
He is a son of Sheila Ellis Weisman of New York and the late S. Richard Blauner, who lived in New York; and a stepson of Alan Weisman. The groom’s mother is an associate at Sotheby’s International Realty in New York. His father was the president of Suzy Perette, a dress manufacturer that was in New York.
Ms. Furman and Mr. Blauner met at a movie premiere at the Museum of Modern Art on Oct….