Picture Show Entertainment today announces the official re-opening of its Prescott, Arizona theatre on Friday, June 26. Operating under state and local reopening guidance, Picture Show will open its doors to the public at 50% capacity. This decision comes after weeks of training and implementing new procedures to keep both Picture Show employees and guests safe and healthy.
After more than a month of an overwhelmingly successful Curbside Popcorn Pickup service, Picture Show is excited to provide the affordably priced, luxury movie-going experience enjoyed by the residents of Prescott and the surrounding area once more. During a time when the community is eager to reconnect and enjoy a night of family fun, audiences can finally come together to enjoy the sense of connection found by going to the movies.
In advance of new major Hollywood movie releases like Unhinged, Tenet, Mulan, Wonder Woman 1984 and Quiet Place 2 that will begin rolling out in July, guests can expect to see past award-winning movies on the first weekend like John Wick, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Now You See Me, IT and classics like Forrest Gump, Jurassic Park, Jaws and True Grit at discounted prices. Updated business hours and adjusted ticket prices have been implemented for the first phase of reopening. Movie tickets will be $2.50 per person and group rentals are being offered for an exciting VIP experience with a maximum of 20 friends and family, for a value rate of $75.00 per screening (limitations apply). The theatre will be open daily from 11:15 am – 8:45 pm.
Visitors returning to Picture Show will have the opportunity to enjoy a full menu of food and beverage items including 99 cent hot dogs, delicious burgers, funnel cake fries, Coca-Cola products, ICEE’s and of course, fresh movie theater popcorn!
To ensure every precaution is met, Picture Show, in concert with the National Association of Theatre Owners and state and local health officials, has planned and executed an abundance of operational adjustments and safety measures including but not limited to; plexiglass barriers to reduce contact between team members and guests, enforcing and maintaining a six foot physical distance in all areas of the theater including lobby and auditoriums marked with floor signage and safely spaced luxury recliner seating.
The Picture Show team of staff will continue to adhere to stringent cleaning and sanitizing protocols to mitigate and reduce touchpoints in high traffic areas, use personal protective equipment and hand washing on a frequent basis. Additionally, to reduce additional guest touchpoints, Picture Show will not accept cash during the first phase of reopening and encourages advance ticket purchases at Picture Show Entertainment.