Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band is a confessional and cautionary documentary about Robbie Robertson’s young life, and the creation of one of the most enduring groups in the history of popular music – The Band. The film blends rare archival footage, photography,
Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 26th, 2020, Hopewell Theater presents, Fantastic Fungi with an optional live Q&A for your enjoyment at home! Because theaters are closed now and cannot screen the film, the filmmakers are making Fantastic Fungi available to rent or buy as a digital download purchase!
During this time of unprecedented upheaval in our daily lives, Hopewell Theater still strives to provide you, our patrons, with cultural and artistic nourishment.
Peruse the list below for an article on mindfulness that The Art of Living Well lovers will enjoy, a tour-from-home by the Allman Betts Band and home sessions by Yo-Yo Ma’s Silkroad Ensemble composers,
Hopewell Theater is now closed according to state mandates and will remain so in compliance with state directives until they are lifted. We hope you and your family remain safe and well at this time. We value each of our patrons and look forward to the day we can come together again.
Hopewell Theater wishes you a Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Though our doors are temporarily closed, we wanted to stay in touch and check in from time to time. As we continue to monitor and navigate the Covid-19 crises, we are keeping you in our thoughts and hope you are staying well.
Dear Hopewell Theater patrons,
I consider you part of our thriving community of creatives and arts enthusiasts and your health and safety remains our theater’s top priority. Hopewell Theater is in the business of bringing people together and in the midst of this coronavirus outbreak,
- Old theaters around the country are being renovated as modern art house cinemas that become escapes for people looking to have a richer experience watching film.
- In the age of online streaming, these theaters provide an immersive experience that becomes a part of people’s memory of the film.
By Donald Gilpin
“A transcendental experience” is how Alex Mitnick, Princeton Montessori School’s (PM) Emmy Award-winning music teacher, described the creation of Born to Learn: The Maria Montessori Story.
He wrote and produced the hour-long musical celebrating the life of Maria Montessori,
Live Performances to include A Staged Reading of The Diary of Anne Frank, Songs and Stories of Women of the Titanic, Born To Learn: The Montessori Story, plus Comedy Shows and Open Stage series
HOPEWELL, NJ (02/13/2020) – Celebrate historical milestones on HT’s stage this year!