Local Talents Take Center Stage at Hopewell Theater

Local Talents Take Center Stage at Hopewell Theater

Hopewell Theater is reopening on September 15 with a robust fall schedule. 

Providing a stage for emerging and established local talent has always been central to HT’s mission, and this fall season’s slate of programs will be a veritable showcase for just that.

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Live Music at HT This Fall

Folk. Rock. Blues. Roots. Alt-country. Punk. Pop. Worldbeat. Celtic. Broadway musical.

These are among the live music genres coming to Hopewell Theater. In anticipation of our amazing lineup, we’ve created a Fall 2022 Spotify playlist for you to explore. Use it to decide which concert to come to,

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September Events at Hopewell Theater

Here’s what’s in store at Hopewell Theater this September:

 

Your Stage at Any Stage: Open Mic Hosted By Michelle Klein – Thursday, September 1

Calling all singers, poets, and storytellers, neighbors near and far,

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American Rescue Plan Funds Can Benefit NJ’s Live Venues – NJIVA’s Testimony to the Governor’s Office

New Jersey Independent Venue Association (NJIVA) and Art Pride NJ are advocating for a 70 million dollar ARP relief bill for the arts, S2800/A4233, which will dedicate American Rescue Plan (ARP) funds to our creative industries. This bill includes funding for nonprofit and for-profit arts.

 

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Mask/Vax Requirements by Artist Request

*Some artists may request that patrons wear masks and show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test to attend their event.

Per the artist’s request, all ticket holders for this event must adhere to the following policies:

  • Masks must be worn at all times when in the building.
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Jonah Tolchin’s New Album Releases July 15

Born and raised in Princeton, New Jersey, acclaimed singer-songwriter and bluesman Jonah Tolchin returns to Hopewell Theater on Friday, July 29 for an album-release concert.

The album, Lava Lamp, releases Friday, July 15!

“I wanted to let go and cut loose with this album,” says Tolchin.

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How Did We Do?

Hopewell Theater has been presenting events for four seasons since our post-lockdown reopening in fall of 2021.

Your opinion matters to us, and helps guide our decisions moving forward almost a year later. Let us know how we’ve been doing and what you’d like to see in the future in our 2022 Post-Reopening Survey.

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Panelists & Supper Club Menu for Food for Thought: “Julia”

This spring, our popular series, The Art of Living Well (AOLW), continues with new AOLW Supper Clubs entitled Food for Thought.

AOLW is known for presenting diverse programs that explore ways of cultivating serenity, meaning, and a deeper connection to one’s self and the world.

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Meet the Panelists & Opener for May’s BLOW YO HORN Events

At Age 12, Syreeta Thompson knew the trumpet was the instrument for her. It was the loudest in the band, a way to be heard far above the noise of Chicago’s busy streets. Now, music fans have been singing her praises for over a decade.

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Panelists & Supper Club Menu for Food for Thought: “Oyster Farmers”

This spring, our popular series, The Art of Living Well (AOLW), returns with new AOLW Supper Clubs entitled Food for Thought.

AOLW is known for presenting diverse programs that explore ways of cultivating serenity, meaning, and a deeper connection to one’s self and the world.

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