Staged Concert Series


Mercury Theatre Company PO Box 21188, Cleveland, OH 44121-0188



Notre Dame College

Regina Hall 1857 South Green Road
South Euclid, OH 44121

NOTE: Main entrance is at 1857 South Green Road (the old Regina High School driveway). The current listed college address is: 4545 College Drive. Regina High School is now part of Notre Dame College. The theatre is located inside the old Regina High School building - to your left at the first stop sign after you enter the driveway.


1668 East 40th Street

Cleveland OH 44103


Free ticket exchanges are a benefit for subscribers only and are subject to availability.

For all other ticket buyers, tickets may be exchanged for a nominal fee of $2 per ticket.

Exchanging Tickets:


requests must be made

at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled performance.Call the Box Office at 216.771.5862 or Day of exchanges may incur a fee of $2 per ticket.

Unused Tickets:

The interior doors to the Theatre open approximately 30 minutes before curtain for seating.

Any patron arriving late will be seated at the discretion of management. Reseating is also at the discretion of management.

Arrival and Latecomers:

Please contact the Box Office at 216.771.5862, and we will gladly reprint your tickets. Your replacement tickets can be mailed or will be waiting for you at the Box Office on the day of the performance.

Lost Tickets:


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If you are unable to use your tickets for a show, you may donate them back to Mercury. Please call prior to your performance date and we will

arrange for your donation. Tickets can not be donated back after your performance date has passed.


For groups of 10 or more, Mercury offers substantial discounts. Plus, our experienced, friendly staff can assist you in everything from planning your pre-show event to arranging a post-show gathering in our lobby. Please be sure to book your group early. Call 216.771.5862 or e-mail


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Mercury Theatre Company Amenities


Youth Tickets:


Mercury Theatre Company is accessible to patrons with disabilities. Please mention seating needs when placing your ticket order. We’re sorry, sign language interpretation and audio description are not available at this time.

Yes, every patron must have a ticket for admission. Mercury’s Box Office is happy to provide guidance on the age-appropriateness of a particular show. Please call the Box Office at 216.771.5862 to purchase your youth tickets, and for age-appropriate information.

From American fare to Asian cuisine, there are dozens of fine restaurants only footsteps away. For a sampling of favorite nearby eateries, just ask when ordering tickets and our Box Office staff would be happy to give you suggestions.


Many of you will be bringing children to the theatre for their first theatrical performance. Good theatre manners cannot begin too young, and to this end Mercury Theatre Company would like to outline some of the basic principles of Theatre Etiquette.


Above all, it is important to remember that the actors on stage can see and hear you at the same time you can see and hear them. Be respectful of the actors and your fellow audience members by being attentive and observing the general guidelines below.

  • Curtain time at Mercury Theatre Company is 7:00 PM on Thursdays, 7:30 PM on Friday and Saturdays and 2:00 on Sundays.
  • Please turn off pagers and cell phones, and please do not text message during performances. Extra sounds and lights are distracting.
  • Be considerate of the people around you.  Will your whispering prevent other people from hearing the show? Also, be careful not to rattle your program or candy wrappers during the show.
  • When you sit on your mother's lap, are you taller than she is? The person behind you may not be able to see over your head.
  • Intermission is the time to get a soda, popcorn and to use the restroom. If you must leave during the show, please be quiet as you leave and don't talk or run in the aisles.
  • Please do not sing along with the show.
  • Please remember...the show is not over until after the actors have taken their curtain calls. They have all worked very hard to entertain you and it is very rude to leave before they have made their final exit. It is also irritating to other theatre-goers.