Alamo Drafthouse announced the opening of ticket sales for their reopening April 28 and gave information about their schedule going forward from that date.
The theatre will operate 10 screens Thursdays through Sundays following the special Wednesday opening night event.
“We have missed the Springfield community tremendously, and we’re looking forward to getting back to what we love to do – bringing guests the best film, food, and drinks all in one seat,” Marc Evans, Springboard Ventures managing partner, said in a statement. “The safety of our guests remains our first priority, as well as giving them the most enjoyable experience possible upon their return.”
The theatre will require all guests to wear masks except while eating or drinking, maintain physical distancing, and seats will have a two seat “buffer” between guests. The theatres will be cleaned and disinfected between showings.
There will be a “reduced menu” that is “focused on Alamo favorites” for theatres and the Backlot bar area will be open for in-house seating and to-go orders.
Food orders for movies can be made at the time of ticket purchase. In-person orders will be accepted upon arrival at the theatre.