It's been a bumpy road for movie theaters during the pandemic with some closing permanently, some (such as AMC) renting their spaces out for private events) but the historic Admiral Theater in West Seattle has tried reopening and now will reopen again on Feb. 5.
During the early days of the pandemic they shut down, and then last October tried to open as restrictions were eased. That did not last long. The Admiral shut down again in November as Phase 1 restrictions came back.
But Governor Inslee announced last week that Phase 2 status of "Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery" will take effect Feb. 1 which means movie theaters will be allowed to operate at 25 percent capacity or 200 people maximum, whichever is fewer.
The films to be shown include (links to advance ticket purchase):