Eastgate 10 Theatre

1345 SOM Center Road,
Mayfield Heights, OH 44124

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Operated by: Atlas Cinemas

Previously operated by: Phoenix AdLabs Theatres, Phoenix Big Cinemas, Regal Cinemas

Functions: Movies (First Run)

Previous Names: Regal Mayfield Heights 10

Phone Numbers: Box Office: 877.474.3066

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Eastgate 10 Theatre

The Regal Mayfield Heights 10 opened in the fall of 1996 behind Micro Center in the Eastgate Shopping Center in Mayfield Heights. The theater features two stadium auditoriums and eight shoe-box style theaters. At the time of its opening, the theater competed with the orginal eight-screen Severance Theater and Loews East at Richmond Mall.

The theater became outdated as soon as 1999, when both Loews and Regal at Severance replaced their older theaters with all-stadium megaplexes. In the fall of 2007, Regal Cinemas bought the 20-screen cinema at Richmond Town Square from AMC/Loews. Regal closed the Mayfield Heights 10 on January 24, 2008 with little fanfare.

It was re-opened in November 2009 by the Phoenix AdLab Theatres chain, and by 2010 was operated by Phoenix Big Cinemas. By 2016 it is operated by Atlas Cinemas

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Recent comments (view all 12 comments)

Farbfilmfan on October 24, 2009 at 11:15 pm

Driving by the closed theaters this evening, October 24, 2009, the Marquee is seen to very neatly list the 10 theatres and an invitation to visit the website of a new operator: Phoenix Adlabs Theatre Management, LLC. The website address is:


An excerpt from the website explains in part what Phoenix says it can do for a shopping center owner:

“With regard to management, if your shopping center is losing the operator of your cinema and you wish to maintain an operating theatre we can seamlessly take over its operation. Providing an analysis of your options and potential revenue, we can take control of your site within a few weeks. Don’t let your theatre go dark, let Phoenix Adlabs manage your theatre property.”

The entrance seems to have been spiffed up a bit from last week’s drive-by, the Marquee is very neatly done up this week, and some maintenance equipment sits in the parking lot. It’s good to see some attention being paid to the place.

Farbfilmfan on December 18, 2009 at 12:21 pm

Looks like the the theatre has re-opened sometime in November 2009.

Just today, December 18, 2009, I clicked on the http://phoenixtheatres.com web site link in one of the previous posts and was taken to a page listing a pretty full schedule of very current films including Avatar, Avatar 3D, and Invictus that are playing at what they call the “Eastgate 10” theatres.

KingBiscuits on December 18, 2009 at 12:54 pm

November 6th, to be exact.

Eric K.
Eric K. on January 13, 2011 at 10:45 pm

This is a nice theater but if you didn’t know it was there you would never find it because it’s literally behind the Eastgate Plaza hidden from sight. When you drive down SOM Center Rd you would never know a theater was right there lol. I don’t even think there’s a advertising sign (but I may be wrong).

The first film I recall seeing here was The Phantom Menace in 1999.

Farbfilmfan on January 14, 2011 at 9:14 am

The city of Mayfield Heights has fairly strict regulations on signage, especially signage that is not attached to a building. Notice that gasoline stations in Mayfield Heights post fuel prices only in their windows and not on a free standing sign or on other exterior parts of the station building.

ChasSmith on June 12, 2011 at 6:36 am

I lived in Cleveland from 1968-1972 and I’m trying to identify what I remember as the large suburban theater adjacent to, or part of, Eastgate Shopping Center, where I believe I saw “Patton” and “The Godfather” when new, and a “Lawrence of Arabia” re-release (even though I don’t find a re-release listed for those years on IMDb). Back then, of course, it would have been a single screen (perhaps a twin, but I remember it as one large screen). No idea what it was called then, but is this the location?

Eric K.
Eric K. on April 3, 2015 at 9:14 pm

this theater has been run by the independent chain Atlas Cinemas for some time now so the “Operated By” needs to be updated. here’s a link: http://boxoffice.printtixusa.com/atlas/movies?v=4964

Eric K.
Eric K. on April 3, 2015 at 10:08 pm

I believe this Eastgate theater was the first in the area, built in 1996, so I don’t think this is the one you are thinking of. My guess is it was either at the old Severance Theater, or one of the ones listed here under “nearby theaters” on the right side of this page.

Farbfilmfan on April 3, 2015 at 11:56 pm

ChasSmith might have actually patronized the Richmond Theatre or the Mayland both listed, as Eric K says, in the “nearby theaters” portion of this Eastgate 10 webpage. Both were part of strip shopping centers and are nearby. The picture of the interior of the Richmond that is part of its listing here at Cinema Treasures shows a huge theatre that might square with ChasSmmith' memory of a “large suburban theater”.

ChasSmith on April 4, 2015 at 5:50 am

I can’t believe I missed the fact that this one opened in 1996!

Thank you both! I’ll check out those others.

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