Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, Gastor Almonte is unable to make it to Hopewell Theater tonight, 5/31/19, and Funny Stories has been canceled. We are hoping to reschedule the performance and will keep you updated on the status of the rescheduled performance.
If the performance is rescheduled,
Hopewell Theater is proud to continue our “Art of Living Well” series, which features inspiring films, speakers, and interactive discussions that explore ways of cultivating serenity, meaning and a deeper connection to one’s self and the world. We’re particularly excited about our upcoming slate of Art of Living Well summer events,
This week at Hopewell Theater, award-winning stand up comedian, storyteller, writer, and host Gastor Almonte performs. His new album, Immigrant Made, recently debuted at #1 on the Amazon comedy charts, #1 on the Google Play comedy charts, and #2 on the iTunes comedy charts. Comedians Andrew McGill,
Hopewell Theater remembers and deeply appreciates the sacrifices those in our armed forces have made. In observance of Memorial Day, our box office and administrative offices will be closed on Monday, May 27, reopening Tuesday, May 28 at 9 am.
Did you know you can listen to music that’s played at Hopewell Theater for free on Spotify? We showcase diverse and talented music acts every month and the best way to delve into the selectively eclectic range of who’s played in the past or sample who’ll be featured in the future is with our curated playlists.
This week at Hopewell Theater, prolific singer-songwriter Damien Jurado performs songs off of his new album, In The Shape Of A Storm, on Wednesday night. Anna St. Louis opens. Then, three great films on our screen this week: Aretha Franklin doc AMAZING GRACE, closes Thursday.
Aretha Franklin, who died this past August at age 76, is now a Pulitzer Prize winner.
The “Queen of Soul” is the first individual woman to receive the special citation prize, thanks to over 50 years of impassioned contribution to American music and culture.
This week at Hopewell Theater, our continuing series The Art of Living Well explores the power of mantra with a Tuesday night screening of MANTRA: SIGHTS INTO SOUNDS with a post-film discussion led by Princeton’s own mantra master Suzin Green. Shakespeare fans won’t want to miss Wednesday or Saturday’s cinematic premiere of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s AS YOU LIKE IT.
Grown-ups aren’t the only ones having a great time at Hopewell Theater – kids will have plenty of fun options this summer that the whole family can enjoy.
Want to catch a movie with the kids, but don’t want to stay out too late?
On our stage this week at Hopewell Theater, the historic Bread and Puppet Theater will present their new play, Diagonal Man: Theory and Praxis, on Thursday. Diagonal Man brings all the bewildering, beguiling, and downright funny possibilities and implications of diagonality to life with song,