By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. (CBS) — The jousting returns on Thursday night.

Medieval Times’ Chicago area castle at 2001 N. Roselle Rd. in Schaumburg will be reopening Thursday, bringing dozens of jobs.

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The jobs include bartenders, squires, and food servers. There are full- and part-time openings. More information is available here.

It is all part of Phase 4 reopening guidelines during the COVID-19 pandemic – allowing indoor performing arts venues to open.

They may operate at 25 percent capacity.

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Medieval Times has provided a breakdown of what to expect in terms of social distancing and other mitigations for visitors.

The first Medieval Times dinner theater opened in 1983. The Schaumburg castle has been in operation since 1991.

CBS 2 is committing to Working For Chicago, connecting you every day with the information you or a loved one might need about the jobs market, and helping you remove roadblocks to getting back to work.

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We’ll keep uncovering information every day to help this community get back to work, until the job crisis passes. CBS 2 has several helpful items right here on our website, including a look at specific companies that are hiring, and information from the state about the best way to get through to file for unemployment benefits in the meantime.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff