An employee at the Century Federal Way movie theater sanitizes a plexiglass screen on the previous reopening day, Oct. 16. High-touch surfaces are disinfected every 30 minutes, the company says. Olivia Sullivan/the Mirror

An employee at the Century Federal Way movie theater sanitizes a plexiglass screen on the previous reopening day, Oct. 16. High-touch surfaces are disinfected every 30 minutes, the company says. Olivia Sullivan/the Mirror

Cinemark’s Century Federal Way Theatre to reopen Feb. 5

Three other Cinemark locations in Washington also reopening Friday.

Federal Way Mirror

The Cinemark Century Federal Way and XD Theatre is reopening to the public Feb. 5 along with three other Washington locations.

Under Gov. Jay Inslee’s Phase 2 reopening plan, certain indoor activities can return at limited capacity. This includes a 25% capacity for indoor dining, gyms, bowling alleys, concert halls and movie theaters, among another entertainment establishments.

The four locations reopening Feb. 5 include Century Federal Way and XD (2001 S. Commons, The Commons at Federal Way); Century Point Ruston and XD (5057 Main Street in Tacoma); Century Olympia (Westfield Capital in Olympia); and Cinemark Lincoln Square Cinemas (700 Bellevue Way NE, Lincoln Square North Tower in Bellevue).

While you may be used to the comfort of watching your favorite films from your bed or couch, additional rules are in place for your visit to the movies. Masks are mandatory for all guests within the theatre and may only be removed for eating or drinking inside the auditoriums.

Each auditorium will be extensively disinfected between movie showings, and showtimes will be staggered to maximize physical distancing. Theatre audience capacities will also be limited.

High-touch spaces or surfaces will be thoroughly sanitized regularly, and ample sanitization supplies will be available for customer use.

Cash payment options will be limited and movie-goers are encouraged to purchase tickets online for a contactless experience.

For more information or to reserve your tickets, visit cinemark.com.




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