‘Twister’ to be featured at Midwest SkyView Drive-in this weekend | Local
The classic 1996 film “Twister” hits the SkyView Drive-in screen this Friday and Saturday.
In this PG-13 movie, as the most powerful storm in decades approaches, university professor Dr. Jo Harding (Helen Hunt) and a team of underfunded students prepare Dorothy’s prototype, a Revolutionary tornado data collection device designed by her ex-husband, Bill (Bill Paxton). When Harding tells Bill that Dorothy is ready for testing – and that their private rival, Dr. Jonas Miller (Cary Elwes) stole the idea and built his own – Bill joins the team on one final mission.
Admission costs $ 4 per person for Midwest Theater members who present their membership card and $ 7 for non-members. The film will be screened on Friday September 17 and Saturday September 18, approximately 30 minutes after sunset, around 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
As of August 27, masks are mandatory for all patrons, volunteers, employees and artists, regardless of their vaccination status, at the ticket office and at the SkyView Drive-in concession stand. The Friends of the Midwest Theater board of directors will continue to monitor local conditions with support from the Panhandle Public Health District and Scotts Bluff County Public Health before removing the mask requirement. The use of contactless payment methods and online dealership ordering is strongly recommended.
The Midwest SkyView offers numbered parking for up to 165 cars with additional space for overflow if needed, with built-in social distancing measures in place that will allow families to sit outside in their own space. Dealership offers include hot dealership items, hot dogs, nachos, and hot pretzels with two ways to order: walk-in concessions and online ordering. Come enjoy dinner and a movie at the drive-in.