- Masks will be required while patrons are being seated and ordering concessions, but not while they are seated and watching the movie.
- To accommodate social distancing, the following special circumstances apply while at The Majestic:
- No parties larger than six (6) people
- Minimum six (6) feet distance in between parties while seated. This distance is measured by keeping three (3) seats in between one party and another.
- Please maintain a minimum of six (6) feet in between people while standing in the concessions line. To aid in this distance requirement, please use the doors marked as entry and form the line outside.
- Our seating will be limited to 77 people (50% of our capacity) in order to keep our patrons a safe distance from each other.
- People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness. Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus.
- For the safety of you, your fellow moviegoers, and The Majestic Theatre staff, we ask that you please stay home if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:
- Fever or Chills
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle or body aches
- New loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
- Nausea or vomiting
- This list does not include all possible symptoms. CDC will continue to update this list as they learn more about COVID-19.
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THE BEST PARTY IN TOWN?
The Majestic is not just a movie theater! It is also be a beautiful choice for private functions.
We have comfortable table seating for 40 guests and a prep kitchen for catering.
We can even arrange a private film viewing!
THE MAJESTIC STORY
In 1929, E.E. Gailey, who was operating the successful Crystal Theatre in Wayne, decided to expand his business with another theatre. Mr. Gailey named it after himself: The Gay Theatre. By 1942, the Crystal had been renamed to the CoEd, and it and The Gay were owned by the March Brothers. In 1992, he built a wall in the middle of The Gay, giving it two screens, and he renamed it The March Twin. It remained a two-screen theatre until it closed its doors for the first time in 79 years. Once The March Twin closed, something missing from downtown. We were missing a place to hang out, a place to go on a date, a place for kids to see their first movie… What we were missing was a place to take part in a great American experience. When the theatre closed, a group of determined people got together and decided that Wayne deserved to have a movie theater. That group, with help from the Wayne Area Economic Development Institute, set about raising the money to buy the building and revitalize and reopen the theater. Surely there was a way to reopen this theatre? And surely there was a way to bring in the Wayne Community Theatre Group, who needed a stage when the theatre happened to have a spare one? Soon they had momentum and the project was off.