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In a series of conversations that bring guest artists to campus to discuss what they face in making art in the modern world, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon, director of the Princeton Atelier, engages in a conversation with Emmy-nominated actor Jonathan Majors (The Last Black Man in San Francisco, HBO series Lovecraft Country, ABC miniseries When We Rise, and soon-to-be-released Marvel Studios’ Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania) with clips from some of Majors’ work.

 

Tickets & Details

The event is free and open to the public. Advance tickets required.

This event is currently sold out, however a stand-by line will be formed at the event at the James Stewart Film Theater starting at 7:00 pm and tickets remaining at 7:25 pm will be distributed on a first-come basis to those in the stand-by line. Tickets of guests not seated by 7:25 p.m. may be given to guests without tickets.

Directions

Get directions to the James Stewart Film Theater at 185 Nassau St. and find other venue and accessibility information.

COVID-19 Guidance + Updates

Per Princeton University policy, all guests must either be fully vaccinated, or have recently tested negative (via PCR within 72 hours or via rapid antigen test within 8 hours of the scheduled visit) and be prepared to show proof if asked, or wear a face covering when indoors and around others.

Accessibility

symbol for wheelchair accessibilityThe James Stewart Film Theater is wheelchair accessible. Guests in need of access accommodations are invited to contact the Lewis Center at 609-258-5262 or email LewisCenter@princeton.edu at least one week in advance of the event date.

About Jonathan Majors

jonathan majors gazes at camera with parted lips and expressive face. He has dark skin, short black hair and wears white tshirt under green jacket

Jonathan Majors. Photo by Jeff Vespa / Shutterstock

Emmy-nominated actor Jonathan Majors cemented himself as the Hollywood actor to watch following his on-screen debut in 2017 in the ABC miniseries When We Rise. His other work for television includes the role of Kang the Conqueror in the hit Marvel series Loki and the role of Atticus Freeman in HBO’s straight-to-series drama Lovecraft Country, for which he earned his first Emmy nomination in addition to Critics’ Choice and NAACP Image award nominations. In February 2019, Majors received rave reviews for his role as Montgomery Allen in Joe Talbot’s The Last Black Man in San Francisco. Marking his first leading role, Majors was soon nominated for a Gotham Award for “Breakthrough Actor,” an Independent Spirit Award for “Best Supporting Male,” and was named a rising young star by The Hollywood Reporter. Majors’ other film credits include Spike Lee’s epic war drama Da 5 Bloods, The Harder They Fall for Netflix, Jungleland, Captive State, White Boy Rick, Hostiles, and Gully. A graduate of the Yale School of Drama, his extensive stage credits include Henry V, A Raisin in the Sun, The Tempest, Fences, and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. Majors’ current and upcoming film projects include Black Label Media’s Devotion, directed by J.D. Dillard and opening in November 2022; Marvel Studios’ soon-to-be-released Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, opening in February 2023; Creed III, slated for a March 2023 release; and Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, anticipated in May 2025.

 

Presented By

  • Princeton Atelier

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