This week at Hopewell Theater, Hall of Fame drummer and member of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, Max Weinberg, stops by with his popular Jukebox show on Thursday night. A truly interactive experience, audience members pick the songs Max and his band play in real time.
This week at Hopewell Theater, we screen four fantastic films and welcome one of the great American singer/songwriters, Chris Smither, to our stage. Tuesday night, journey to the ancient forests of the northern hemisphere, revealing the profound connection that exists between trees and human during CALL OF THE FOREST: THE FORGOTTEN WISDOM OF TREES,
If you couldn’t tell by now, all of us here at Hopewell Theater are buzzing with excitement about our upcoming live concert by Max Weinberg’s Jukebox on April 25th! If you don’t know the gist of the show, then we’ve got you covered. This isn’t your average rock and roll show,
This week at Hopewell Theater, we are proud to partner with Princeton Public Library’s Princeton Environmental Film Festival on a free screening of THE WORLD BEFORE YOUR FEET: For over six years, Matt Green has been walking every street in New York City, over 8000 miles,
Hopewell Theater is proud to announce our very own Summer Stars theater camp! Kids from 1st through 7th grade are invited to attend afternoons that will be filled with fun, hands-on theater arts activities that explore character, movement, costuming, and backstage jobs. No prior experience in theater or stage is required!
This week, another installment of This Really Happened…Storytelling at HT is upon us! The cast for the Friday, April 5 show includes Angela Cobb, Andy Christie, Paul Lyons, and David Winston, with host Joey Novick. Audience members can sign up before the show for our storytelling open mic,
Another exciting week at Hopewell Theater! On our screen this week, we open WOMAN AT WAR on Friday. Halla is a 50-year-old environmental activist who crusades against the local aluminum industry in Iceland. As her actions grow bolder, her life changes in the blink of an eye when she’s finally granted permission to adopt a girl from the Ukraine.
Hopewell Theater’s owners are proud to announce they have purchased the former Brother’s Moon restaurant at 7 West Broad Street, Hopewell, New Jersey. The acquisition will give patrons a place to dine before a show, parking and special value-added events related to theater programming.
“We are thrilled to add a restaurant that will share the same level of artistry and intimacy of HT,” says Executive Director and theater Co-Founder,
It’s no surprise that all of us here at HT love the art of cinema and it goes without saying that we’re big fans of documentary films as well. One documentary that’s been causing a ton of buzz recently is APOLLO 11, which we’re excited to be presenting March 23rd to March 28th.
This week at Hopewell Theater, learn about Paramahansa Yogananda, the Hindu Swami who brought yoga and meditation to the West in the 1920s, during Tuesday night’s screening of AWAKE: THE LIFE OF YOGANANDA. Presented in partnership with Princeton Center for Yoga and Health, Rama Ramanathan will introduce the film and lead a post-film discussion after the film.