A story of adventure and humanity in the American heartland, The Bikes of Wrath follows five Australian friends as they attempt to cycle from Oklahoma to California in honor of John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath. On the way they seek to understand how the country has changed since the Dust Bowl migration of the 1930s, exploring the wealth gap, religion, immigration and the American Dream.   Tuesday, November 5 at 7:00pm.

This film is a part of Hopewell Theater's ongoing series,  The Art of Living Well , featuring inspiring films, speakers and interactive discussions exploring ways of cultivating serenity, meaning and a deeper connection to one’s self and the world.
The world knew him as The Big Man. The Minister of Soul. The Secretary of the Brotherhood. Musician, Singer, Songwriter and a lifetime member of the E Street Band. 

Follow Clarence Clemons' voyage to China, and the transcendant awakening that followed, plus a post-film talkback with Producer Joe Amodei, Springsteen Scholar Shawn Poole, & Director of The Bruce Springsteen Archives of Monmouth University Eileen Chapman. Friday, November 8 at 7:30pm.
From Robert Eggers, the visionary filmmaker behind modern horror masterpiece The Witch, comes this hypnotic and hallucinatory tale of two lighthouse keepers on a remote and mysterious New England island in the 1890s, who slowly lose their sanity as a storm closes in. Opens Saturday, November 9 .
Women of a Certain Age Comedy is a show straight from the unfettered mouths and uninhibited minds of the funniest, most daring, most experienced people in comedy: the women that have seen it all. Performers for this show include Sandy Ehlers and Missy Hall with Carole Montgomery as host. Saturday, November 9 at 8:00pm.
"Showboat" composer Jerome Kern reflects on his long career in this fictionalized musical biography, TILL THE CLOUDS ROLL BY, featuring an all-star cast with Judy Garland, Frank Sinatra, Lena Horne, and Dame Angela Lansbury, to name only a few. Sunday, November 10 at 4:30pm.
Last Chance!

Brittany Forgler is a hilarious, friendly, hot mess of a New Yorker who always knows how to have a good time, but when she stops by a doctor's office in an attempt to score some Adderall, she finds herself slapped with a prescription she never wanted. Forced to face reality for the first time in a long time, Brittany laces up her Converse and runs one sweaty block. The next day, she runs two. Soon she runs a mile. Brittany finally has direction - but is she on the right path?

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Free pumpkin spice coffee with purchase of brownie or
slice of cake.

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Ring in the 2020's with an elegant trip back in time to the 1920's-40's at Hopewell Theater's hoppin' New Years Eve party, featuring a three course Brick Farm Tavern dinner and dancing to live music by Philadelphia's vintage swing band, Parlour Noir! Event also includes free coat check, a swing dance lesson from a pro, party favors, and a cash-bar! You can select from three ticket options: either a "Dinner ticket" with 3-course dinner and dancing, a "Premiere Party Balcony and Dance Ticket" with a semi-private balcony spot, or a "Regular ticket" with dancing and dance lesson. Event is semi-formal and vintage attire is encouraged. Tuesday, December 31 at 6:00pm.
Films That Made Music
Struggling artist Sonny Malone (Michael Beck) is trapped in a dull job painting album covers. He is instantly attracted to Kira (Olivia Newton-John), a mysterious beauty and an ageless Greek muse who encourages him to team up with old-fashioned Danny McGuire (Gene Kelly) to build a roller-skating disco.
Saturday, November 16 at 7:00pm

Upcoming films in the Films That Made Music series:

Thursday, December 19

Thursday, January 16
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Thursday, February 20
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The Art of Living Well Series
The awe that mountainous landscapes evoke is universal. Living among us is a special breed of people who feel the draw of the mountains so strongly that their lives must revolve around it. Shot in cinematic detail, This Mountain Life is a riveting examination of human passion set high in the peaks of British Columbia.

Add a special dinner of Greek Salad with Chicken and a Lemon-Red Wine Vinaigrette from The Peasant Grill to your ticket at checkout!
Tuesday, November 19 at 7:00pm

All screenings are at 7 pm. Upcoming films in The Art of Living Well series:

Sunday, December 1 at 4:30 & 7:00pm

Tuesday, December 10

Thursday, December 12
Spaghetti Western Wednesdays
Cowpoke Ted Hayden (John Wayne) infiltrates a band of outlaws in order to get close to their ringleader, Mr. Gentry (Lloyd Whitlock) - the man who murdered his father. But his plan gets complicated when Hayden meets Fay (Virginia Brown Faire), the lovely daughter of rancher Fred Winters (Lafe McKee). Gentry is after the man's land, and he wants Hayden to kill him to get it.
Wednesday, November 20 at 7:00pm

All screenings are at 7:00 pm. Upcoming films in the Spaghetti Western Wednesday series:

Wednesday, December 18

Wednesday, January 15
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Wednesday, February 19
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Family Matinee
After a gentle alien becomes stranded on Earth, the being is discovered and befriended by a young boy named Elliott. Bringing the extraterrestrial into his suburban California house, Elliott introduces E.T. to his siblings and the children decide to keep its existence a secret. But when E.T. falls ill, the government intervenes and the children must save their alien friend.
Saturday, November 23 at 2:30pm.

All screenings are at 2:30 pm. Upcoming films in the Family Matinee series:

Saturday, December 21 and 28

Saturday, January 18
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Saturday, February 15
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5B Screening and Panel Discussion
5B is the inspirational true story of the everyday heroes, nurses and caregivers who took extraordinary action to comfort, protect and care for the patients of the first AIDS ward unit in the United States. 5B is a stirringly told through first-person testimony of these nurses and caregivers who built Ward 5B in 1983 at San Francisco General Hospital, their patients, oved ones and staff who volunteered to crate care practices based in humanity and holistic well-being during a time of great uncertainty.

Post film Q&A with Brendan Gaul, the producer, and characters whose story inspired this film and Senior Leadership from Johnson & Johnson and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation in a panel discussion following the film to discuss current issues in HIV Education and Treatment. Tickets are free but limited to 6 tickets per person.
Tuesday, December 3 at 6:30pm

From Stage to Screen
Due to phenomenal demand, The Winter’s Tale, Shakespeare's timeless tragicomedy of obsession and redemption, returns to
cinemas this festive season. This beautifully reimagined production, co-directed by Rob Ashford and Kenneth Branagh, features a remarkable cast including Dame Judi Dench as Paulina, alongside Tom Bateman, Jessie Buckley, Hadley Fraser, Miranda Raison and Sir Kenneth Branagh as Leontes.

King Leontes appears to have everything: power, wealth, a loving family and friends. But sexual jealousy sets in motion a chain of events with tragic consequences…
Wednesday, December 4 at 7:00pm.

Upcoming films in the From Stage to Screen series:

Sunday, December 29

CHRISTMAS AGAIN Microbudget Matinees
For a fifth consecutive December, Noel returns to New York City to work the night shift at a sidewalk Christmas tree lot. Devoid of any holiday spirit, he struggles to stay awake during the long, chilly nights in his trailer. As he slowly spirals into despair, he comes to the aid of a mysterious young woman in the park. Her warming presence, matched with some colorful customers, helps rescue him from self-destruction.
Saturday, December 7 at 1:00pm

Upcoming films in the Microbudget Matinee series:

Saturday, January 4

Saturday, February 22

Film Noir Fridays
From Poverty Row came a movie that, perhaps more than any other, epitomizes the dark fatalism at the heart of film noir. As he hitchhikes his way from New York to Los Angeles, a down-on-his-luck nightclub pianist (Tom Neal) finds himself with a dead body on his hands and nowhere to run—a waking nightmare that goes from bad to worse when he picks up the most vicious femme fatale in cinema history, Ann Savage’s snarling, monstrously conniving drifter Vera.
Friday, December 13 at 7:00pm

Upcoming films in the Film Noir Friday series:

Friday, January 17
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Classic Cinema Sundays
An indelible work of heartwarming hilarity, Charlie Chaplin’s comedic masterwork—which charts a prospector’s search for fortune in the Klondike and his discovery of romance (with the beautiful Georgia Hale)—forever cemented the iconic status of Chaplin and his Little Tramp character.

Sunday, December 15 at 4:30pm

All screenings are at 4:30 pm. Upcoming films in the Classic Cinema Sundays series:

Sunday, January 12
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Sunday, February 16
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Remembrance Day: One Woman Play Written & Performed by June Ballinger
The true story of a Bletchley Park code breaker in WWII who misses her destiny but who never loses her strength of character, written and performed by June Ballinger.

June Ballinger is an actress who has worked on Broadway, off Broadway, regional theatre, television, and film. June served as Artistic Director of Trenton’s Passage Theatre Company for 22 years (now under direction of Ryanne Domingues). Additionally June teaches beginning and intermediate acting to a mixed class of teens and adults for the Bucks County Playhouse.
Friday, November 15 at 8:00pm.

The Shadowbox Theater Presents: Tobias Turkey
The Shadowbox Theater brings its 50 years of experience to the Hopewell Theater stage for a performance of Tobias Turkey! Tobias is the most determined baby turkey on the farm. In this Thanksgiving tale, Tobias provides children with lots of laughs and valuable lessons.

The Shadow Box Theatre is recognized as one of New York City's major arts resources and is an award-winning non-profit repertory company dedicated to creativity, diversity and providing children with a positive view of themselves, their world and their future. Saturday, November 16 at 12:00pm.

Map of Abundance, a Community Reading
Just in time for Thanksgiving, come support and listen to community players take the stage and share a passage they’ve written or one dear to their heart celebrating experiences of gratitude and what makes life worth living.
Sunday, November 17 at 7:30pm.

Stand-Up for Something: Autism Speaks with Dan Marquez, Erik Terrell, Mollie Sperduto, and Geoff Colella
Stand-Up for Something is a series of comedy shows created by comedian Dan Marquez as a way of giving back. Each show benefits a different, local charity whose hard work and selflessness should never go unnoticed. So come out and have a great time. Together, we can laugh our way to a better community.

A portion of proceeds will go to Autism Speaks. This event features comedians Dan Marquez, Erik Terrell, Mollie Sperduto, and Geoff Colella.
Friday, December 6 at 8:00pm.

The Art of Living Well: Pecha Kucha Night: "Hopewell for the Holidays"
Calling all storytellers! Pecha Kucha Nights are informal and fun gatherings where creative people get together and share their ideas, works, thoughts, holiday snaps -- just about anything, really -- in the Pecha Kucha format. PechaKucha is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. Some are incredibly personal, some are incredibly funny, but all are very different, and they turn each Pecha Kucha Night into “a box of chocolates.”

Interested in being a storyteller? More information to follow or call our box office at 609-466-1964.
Thursday, December 12 at 7:30pm.
Start the Year off with An Evening of non-stop laughs for Single, Divorced, or Devoted Couples! Peter Fogel brings you his autographical tale of a comedian’s Quixote quest to finding and surrendering to the one woman who can transform his life.

Young or old, divorced or married…if you’ve ever been single (and that’s everyone) and want to experience (again) the feeling of finding that special person to spend the rest of your life with, then you’ll want to fasten your seat belt for Peter Fogel’s ‘TIL DEATH DO US PART…YOU FIRST!  Saturday, January 4 at 8:00pm.
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Sonny Landreth with
Cindy Cashdollar
Slide guitarists collaborate
to mix genres
Thursday, November 14th 8:00pm
Sierra Hull, Noam Pikelny, & Stuart Duncan
Mandolin, banjo, and fiddle in an acoustic folk blend
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Thursday, November 21st 7:30pm
Band of Changes
Constantly changing musicians playing ever evolving music
Friday, November 29th 8:00 pm: Waitlist available!
Saturday, November 30th 8:00pm:
Low ticket alert!
Martha Redbone Roots Project
Roots music embodying folk and mountain blues
Saturday, December 7th 8:00pm
Paul Muldoon &
Rogue Oliphant: An Evening of Poetry and Song
Pulitzer Prize winning Irish poet does songs and spoken pieces
Saturday, December 14th 8:00pm
Pyrenesia Holiday Show
An old-timey sound with modern hipster funk from Lambertville NJ
Saturday, December 21st 8:00pm
Slambovian Circus of Dreams: A Very Slambovian Christmas
A riveting, mesmerizing, crazy, amazing machine of music
Sunday, December 22nd 7:30pm
The world's greatest bar band that makes fans want to dance
Saturday, December 28 at 8:00pm
Susan Werner
One of the most bold and creative forces on the acoustic music scene
Friday, January 3 at 8:00pm
Jay Ungar & Molly Mason
Appalachian, Cajun, & Celtic fiddle tunes from an acoustic duo
Friday, January 10th 8:00pm
The Subdudes
Intoxicating blend of passionate, joyous roots music
Saturday, January 11 at 8:00pm
Peter Mulvey
Folk singer-songwriter, road-dog, raconteur, and almost-poet raised working-class Catholic
Saturday, January 18th 8:00pm
Jim's Big Ego
Rocking harder, fresher, louder, sweeter, and better than anyone else
Saturday, January 25th 8:00pm
Davina and the Vagabonds
New Orleans charm and Memphis soul swagger drawing from the last 100 years of American music
Thursday, February 6th 7:30pm
Jack Broadbent
Virtuoso in acoustic and slide guitar with international fans
Friday, February 7th 8:00pm
An Evening with Eagles Songwriter Jack Tempchin
Legendary Hall of Fame songwriter shares the stories behind the songs you love
Saturday, February 15th 8:00pm
Tameca Jones
"The Queen of Austin Soul" belts out new tunes and classic hits
Rescheduled to Saturday, February 22nd 8:00pm
Adam Ezra Group
A roots-steeped, road-trippin' essence with a mantra of community
Friday, March 6th 8:00pm
Ellis Paul
A storyteller expressing the feelings, thoughts and sensibilities people can relate to
Friday, March 13th 8:00pm
Jeffrey Gaines
Soul-searching lyrics and powerful, fan-influenced live shows
Saturday, March 14th 8:00pm
Matt Nakoa
An award-winning songwriter, singer, and multi-instrumentalist blending genres
Sunday, May 3rd 8:00pm
Live music that spans the sonic spectrum. Indie, foreign and classic cinema. Satisfying snacks and personable people. Here at Hopewell Theater, they all come together. Join us for an upcoming event . Or join us for real and become a member to receive special perks and privileges. Either way, you’re in for a selectively eclectic experience.