The Program in Theater invites members of the Princeton University community to a watch party for The 40 Year Old Version by Radha Blank, co-starring Lecturer in Theater Peter Kim. Q&A with Kim, moderated by Princeton alumni Nathan Phan ’19 and Ross Barron ’17, follows the film.


Princeton University staff, faculty, and students can watch the film on the Netflix Teleparty app with Jane Cox and others at 6:30 PM (EDT). To join, please send your email address to by 6:15 PM (EDT) on Wednesday. Cox will share a Teleparty invitation via email with anyone who has done so at 6:15 PM on Wednesday. You will still need to be logged into your own Netflix account* to participate; Teleparty allows you to sync your viewing with Cox and other participants for conversation and synchronized viewing.

Visit our Virtual Events Page for the Zoom link and Meeting ID to join the talkback conversation; participants will need to log in to this page with Princeton University ID to gain access.

*Princeton students earning a certificate in theater or music theater can reach out to Program Associate Joe Fonseca,, for help accessing the film on Netflix.


If you are in need of access accommodations in order to participate in this event, please contact the Lewis Center at 609-258-5262 or email at least 2 weeks in advance of the event date.





Photo by Deborah Lopez

PETER KIM is an actor, producer and activist in New York City.  He recently starred in “Wild Goose Dreams” at The Public Theater and has also appeared on Broadway, Off-Broadway and regionally.  Film/TV credits include Saturday Church (2017 Tribeca Film Festival Audience Award), The English Teacher, Margin Call, Sex and the City, Hackers, “After Forever” (Amazon), “Chicago Med”, “Louie”, “Mercy”, “Ugly Betty”, “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”, “The Return Of Jezebel James”.  As Associate Producer of NAATCO (National Asian American Theatre Company), the company has received two OBIE awards, a Drama League Award nomination and a NYT’s Critic’s Pick for their productions.  He is a Steering Committee member of AAPAC (Asian American Performers Action Coalition), an organization that collects and releases annual statistics on the ethnic representation of Broadway and Off-Broadway casts.  He is also a Lecturer in Theater at Princeton University and the co-creator of the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway comedy, “SIDES: The Fear is Real…”.  He holds an MFA in Acting from the Yale School of Drama, a BFA from New York University and is the recipient of the Lilah Kan Red Socks Award.