August 28, 2020
Showcase Cinemas Release -Editorial note following story
We’re doing our part to help keep you safe…
Extensive cleaning protocols using traditional and new sanitizing methods
Customer and employee sanitizing stations throughout the cinema
Social distancing floor markers in our lobby
Reduced auditorium capacity to best practice social distancing
Extended time between shows to provide maximum time for thorough cleaning of auditoriums
Installation of air purifying system for all auditoriums
New contactless payment options on Showcasecinemas.com and the Showcase app
Concession offerings with covered containers
New protective shields at box office and concession stand
Employees’ temperature checked and symptom-free acknowledgement before the start of their shift
Requiring our employees to wear protective masks throughout the cinemas and gloves for all food service
Requiring guests to wear protective masks at all times in our theaters unless enjoying food and drink in their seats.
For the time being no food or drink will be served at our Massachusetts theaters in compliance with the re-opening phases of the state.
Editors Note by: Ally Hinojosa
Be “Showcase Safe”
The Revere Showcase Cinemas is finally reopening! I know we all have missed going to the movies, enjoying a big bag of buttery popcorn, and sipping on some soda. Well, its back…for the most part. You can still sit back and enjoy a movie while being socially distant from others. Masks are required to be worn at all times, by both employees and guests. Showcase Cinemas is working hard to be compliant with Massachusetts’ re-opening phases of the state, which means no popcorn or soda just yet. The theater has also installed sanitizing stations throughout the cinema, socially distant markers on the floors, reduced auditorium capacity, and a new air purifying system for all auditoriums. Employees also have to get their temperature taken before every shift and report if they have any symptoms. Revere Showcase Cinemas is doing all they can to reopen safely for each and every person who walks through their doors. Although it won’t be the same experience we all remember and miss, it will be a much safer one. The theater opens Friday 8/28. Check out their website to see what movies are playing!