TUCSON, Ariz. — Starting Wednesday, Roadhouse Cinemas is reopening their screens to movie-goers.
Their theaters won't be at full capacity in order to allow patrons to practice social distancing, and facemasks aren't required but are encouraged.
Managers say they've also put in place new health safety protocols, including complete sanitation of theaters after each showing.
"We're following full CDC guidelines, [taking temperatures] of employees and guests as they come in," Roadhouse director of operations Scott Cassel said. "We've upped sanitizing the seats to after every show, they get cleaned and sanitized."
Roadhouse will be playing a mix of classics, recent hits and upcoming new releases this summer.