The Twin and I-70 drive-in theaters were on the verge of being closed because of the cost of going from film to digiital. But B&B Theaters has bought them and made the digital switch and other upgrades. This weekend is the grand opening for both of them. The old film projector is displayed in the concession stand at the I-70.
The Twin and I-70 drive-in theaters were on the verge of being closed because of the cost of going from film to digiital. But B&B Theaters has bought them and made the digital switch and other upgrades. This weekend is the grand opening for both of them. The old film projector is displayed in the concession stand at the I-70. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
The Twin and I-70 drive-in theaters were on the verge of being closed because of the cost of going from film to digiital. But B&B Theaters has bought them and made the digital switch and other upgrades. This weekend is the grand opening for both of them. The old film projector is displayed in the concession stand at the I-70. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star