3600 Mayfield Road,
Severance Town Center,
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Architects: Jack Alan Bialosky
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News About This Theater
The original Severance Theatre opened in the Severance Center Mall in Cleveland Heights in the mid-1960’s. The original theatre, which was in the center of the mall, was a single screen that was twinned on April 5, 1974. A six-screen annex was built in 1985 in a newly constructed food court annex at the mall. National Theatre Corporation, later Regal Cinemas, operated the Severance Theatre.
The original Severance Theatre closed on March 18. 1999 when the mall was closed for major reconstruction. The first two screens closed first, then later the adjacent five-plex closed, and was demolished.
In 2000, when Severance reopened as a big-box power center, a new 14-screen Regal Cinema opened behind the new Wal-Mart at the complex(it has its own page on Cinema Treasures). This entry is about the original Severance Theatres.
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