SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Managers of Springfield’s Alamo Drafthouse said the movie theater will not be closing despite the parent company filing for bankruptcy on March 3.
The local theater is owned by a franchisee and the owners are eager to reopen after opening plans are finalized.
However, its a different story for the Alamo Drafthouse in Kansas City.
The theater on Main Street in the power and light district will close permanetly after COVID too a toll on business over the last year.
There is no confirmation on what will be replaced at the historic venue.