TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – For the primary time in additional than a yr, a west Topeka theater shall be again in enterprise beginning Friday, Might 7.
The Hollywood Stadium 14 at 6200 S.W. sixth Ave. is scheduled to reopen with showings on Friday.
Moreover, the West Ridge 8 theaters, situated exterior West Ridge Mall at 1727 S.W. Wanamaker, is ready to start exhibiting motion pictures once more on Friday, Might 21.
Like many different theaters throughout the nation, the Hollywood Stadium 14 and West Ridge 8 theaters have been shut down in March 2020 after the coronavirus pandemic started.
Each are owned by Knoxville, Tenn.-based Regal Cinemas, the second-largest film chain in america, rating behind solely AMC.
One other native theater, the Topeka Wheatfield 9 at 2829 S.W. Fairlawn Highway, has been reopened for a number of weeks.
The Topeka Wheatfield 9 is operated by Liberty, Mo.-based B&B Theatres, the nation’s sixth-largest theater chain.
As they reopen, many theaters are limiting seating to assist stop the unfold of COVID-19.
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