MAUMEE, Ohio — The Maumee Indoor Theatre announced on Facebook that their doors would be reopening to moviegoers on Friday, June 19, following Gov. Mike DeWine's announcement that indoor theatres would be allowed to open June 10.
The theatre reopened with a ribbon cutting ceremony held by the Maumee Chamber of Commerce. Marty McFly's tricked out pick-up truck was on hand to celebrate the first showing, "Back to the Future".
And they have some pretty big plans for their marquee offerings.
Slated to be shown in the first week are two family and fan-favorite films, "Back to the Future" and "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone". The theatre aims to have a new pair of shows each week.
Seating is limited as the theatre will be following social distancing protocols. Masks are not required but will be highly encouraged. The concession stand will be open but popcorn bucket refills will not be offered.
Tickets and showtimes are available at this link or at the physical box office, open for the first time in 16 years, at the Maumee Indoor Theatre's location at 601 Conant St. in Maumee.