The Knickerbocker Theatre was built in 1911 and acquired by Hope College in 1988. This historic theatre presents a variety of independent films and plays host to numerous cultural events throughout the year.
Website:www.cherishtheladies.com With their spectacular blend of virtuosi instrumental talents, beautiful vocals and stunning step dancing, t... View Details
Dance 40 Performance. Hope College’s annual major dance concert, Dance 40, will open on Friday, February 28, and continue on Saturday, Marc... View Details
Annual shipwreck show features lost World War II fighter planes and dive bombers located at the bottom of Lake Michigan. Find out how they got there, ... View Details
Chicago's famed sketch comedy theatre, The Second City, continues its popular run at Tulip Time! Their new hilarious revue, Happily Ever Laughter, fea... View Details
Amy Bloom 4/17/14 Q & A at 3:30pm at Fried-Hemenway Auditorium, Room 135 in the Martha Miller Center, Hope College. Reading at 7:00pm... View Details
Rated: NR Runtime: 93 Minutes Genre: Documentary Spinning Plates is a documentary about three extraordinary restaurants and the incredible peop... View Details
Rated: NR Runtime: 96 Minutes Genre: Drama “The Rocket” is about a 10-year-old boy, Ahlo, who is believed to bring bad luck and i... View Details