This week, we explore the genesis of the organic food movement on Tuesday at 7 pm with EVOLUTION OF ORGANIC, a part of our ongoing series The Art of Living Well. Rock icon Willie Nile blew the roof off HT at his last visit –
Love is in the air this weekend at Hopewell Theater!
Don’t miss a special Valentine’s Day screening of the beloved American classic, CASABLANCA, this Thursday at 8 pm or again on Saturday at 2:15 pm. On Saturday night, surprise your Valentine with an intimate date night featuring the warm ‘Gypsy Jazz’ tunes of The Hot Club of Philadelphia at 8 pm!
While we’re on the subject of discovering new music, Hopewell Theater is excited to announce two upcoming shows that you definitely don’t want to miss! Whether you’ve been a fan of these artists since day one, or just need some new sounds to soothe your soul,
We’ve all been there, stuck in a music groove listening to the same favorite tracks. Research shows that by age twenty-eight most people have hit it. HT is here for you. If you’re there, and need new music in your life, then look no further than our diverse lineup of musical acts.
If you’re looking for new sounds and an experience that transcends the ordinary, then look no further than the music of Suzin Green and allow yourself to travel the vibrant pathways of pure sound. With Green’s astounding vocals, Daniel Johnson’s powerful percussion grooves, and Tom Spiker’s virtuoso guitars,
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day weekend at Hopewell Theater with some of the best of Irish culture: live Irish-American music by Mick Moloney and the Green Fields of America, a special Irish meal offering, and several screenings of classic Irish films!
In addition, each program will feature an optional special Saint Patrick’s $20 meal deal —
This week at Hopewell Theater, walk 500+ miles of the Camino de Santiago, a spiritual long walk in Spain, on Tuesday night at 7 pm when WALKING THE CAMINO: SIX WAYS TO SANTIAGO screens as part of our ongoing series, The Art of Living Well.
New Jersey native Stacy Cochran will be at Hopewell Theater on Friday, March 1 at 8 pm for a screening of her latest film WRITE WHEN YOU GET WORK — a thorny romantic comedy set in New York City at a private school for girls and in the world outside its exclusive walls.
There’s a lot on our stage and screen this week! As we get ready for our Silver Screen Awards Party on Sunday, February 24, we’re bringing back some of the nominated films for another chance to see as they were intended! Nominated for SIX Academy Awards including Best Picture and Best Director,
This week FREE SOLO and BEN IS BACK close to make way for two docs, the popular Mr. Rogers doc WON’T YOU BE MY NEIGHBOR opening Friday and the eye-opening campaign finance exploratory DARK MONEY on Sunday. Saturday night, up and coming bluegrass group from Northampton,