Bedford Playhouse officially opens in time for Memorial Day weekend
The Bedford Playhouse officially reopened to the public after being closed for over a year due to the pandemic - just in time for the extended weekend.
"People are ready to re-engage with each other and with arts organizations... And I think we were fairly successful over the course of the winter keeping everybody engaged in our community and making sure that they know that we're still here, and here for them," says the Bedford Playhouse executive director Michael Hoagland.
You can check out two films - "Dream Horse" and "A Quiet Place 2" - starring Bedford's own Emily Blunt.
The theater will operate at 33% capacity. Masks are only required when moving through the theater for guests over 2 years old, but not when guests are in their seats.
It also has some showings for fully vaccinated crowds at full capacity.
You can buy tickets here.