Cinemark’s movie theater at The Greene will reopen Friday, Aug. 14, for the first time since the March shutdown.
Cinemark theaters, with locations at The Greene, West Carrollton, Huber Heights and Piqua, began a phased reopening process on July 31, with the reopening of 10 theaters across the United States.
The theater at The Greene is part of the next wave of reopenings set for Friday.
Opening dates have not been announced for Cinemark theaters in Huber Heights, West Carrollton or Piqua. View Cinemark’s reopening schedule at https://cinemark.com.
This weekend, The Greene location will feature films in Cinemark’s Comeback Classics series, with tickets $5 for adults and $3 for children. Private showings can be scheduled by contacting each theater.
Titles this week include:
- Jurrasic Park
- Raiders of the Lost Ark
- Back to The Future
- The Goonies
- Jumanji: The Next Level
- The LEGO Movie
- Beauty and the Beast (live action)
Concession prices also will be discounted. A large popcorn will be $5, a large fountain drink will be $3.50 and candy will be $2.50.
New cleanliness and safety protocols include sanitizing concession stands, countertops, food-prep areas, drink stations, napkin dispensers, restrooms, door handles and other high-touch areas every 30 minutes. Auditoriums will be disinfected every morning with pressurized sprayer equipment, and seats and handrails will be cleaned in between each showing.
Contactless ticketing will be in place and showtimes will be staggered in addition to reduced capacity in each auditorium.
Cinemark is the latest chain theater to announce plans for local reopenings. After months without business, movie theaters in the Dayton-area and across the country have been making plans to reopen in the coming weeks.
Regal Cinemas, with a location in Beavercreek, and Cinépolis, with a location at Austin Landing, have announced that they will be tentatively reopening to the public on Friday, Aug. 21.
The Neon, Englewood Cinema and The Plaza Theatre in Miamisburg have been open to the public for a month, showing new and old films. The Little Art reopened on July 24.