Filmmaker, author and playwright Woody Allen is set to take the stage at Princeton University’s Richardson Auditorium for a question and answer session on Oct, 27.
The event is hosted by the Friends of the Princeton University Library.
Over the past 30 years, Allen has donated his papers, including drafts of screenplays and correspondence, to the Princeton University Library.
English professor Maria Di Battista is set to chair the session. She is the author of Fast Talking Dames.
Members of the Friends will have priority seating for the event.
Award-winning biographer A. Scott Berg is set to be the featured speaker at the Friends annual dinner on Jan. 26.
Berg is the author of best-selling books on Max Perkins, Charles Lindbergh, Samuel Goldwyn and Katherine Hepburn. His new biography on Woodrow Wilson is set to be published in September.
More information is online at fpul.org.
UPDATE: FPUL will distribute tickets for Woody Allen’s Q and A to its members first, then to Princeton University’s students, faculty and staff. Left over tickets are for the general public and are set to be distributed by University Ticketing. Dates for distribution to be determined.
Additionally, there will be a wait line to fill in empty seats on the day of the event.