INDIANAPOLIS — The show will go on at Beef & Boards.
The popular northwest side Indianapolis dinner theatre, which has been around just about forever, plans to reopen from its COVID-19 hiatus on July 8.
The show will be "Beehive The 60's Musical," a tribute to the women who sang the pop hits of the 1960's.
But not everything about Beef & Boards will be the same. Seating, at least for the time-being, will be limited to 250 people, so that tables can be spaced out.
Maybe the biggest change is how food is served. Beef & Boards has always been known for its buffet. For the near future, the same buffet fare will be served by wait staff.
Sanitizing stations will be set up at the theatre's entrance, and new equipment has been installed to kill any viruses in the air.
Beef & Boards added this statement on its website:
While some of these precautions were in place before we had to close, rest assured we are continuing to add layers of safeguards to do all we can to protect the health and safety of our guests, staff, and performers.