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Drive-in movie theaters were briefly a light in the darkness when conventional theaters started closing in the wake of the coronavirus crisis. But when we checked in with them two months ago, many of the drive-ins mentioned in the Times and other outlets were subsequently forced to close by ever more stringent shutdown regulations. With states now reopening, outdoor theaters like the Starlight, in Atlanta, are up and running again, and our favorite New York-area drive-in, the Warwick, is finally about to join their ranks.

The Warwick, built in 1950 and located an hour and a half upstate, and 30 minutes from popular day-trip destination Harriman State Park, had applied for an exception to the state’s non-essential business shutdown in order to open in April. That didn’t happen, but on…

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