We were thinking about dropping by tonight’s big Whitney Art party—featuring performance art by Kalup Linzy, Friend of James Franco—but we’re not feeling very hip. (It’s easier to be chic when you’re not sweating and swatting mosquitoes!) We’re going to bask in the chilly sexagenarian quietude of a Lincoln Center audience at “An Evening With Jane Fonda,” a tribute to our favorite gracefully aging Oscar-winner (you know what you did, Meryl). Ms. Fonda is to be interviewed by The New Yorker’s Hilton Als about the breadth of her career and then shall screen her new film, Peace, Love & Misunderstanding, in which she plays a hippie with some kooky ideas—in other words, herself three iterations ago!
Whitney Art Party, Soho, private event; An Evening With Jane Fonda, Walter Reade Theater, Lincoln Center, 8:30pm; tickets and information can be found at filmlinc.com/films/series/an-evening-with-jane-fonda.
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