We are committed to ensuring that everyone has an incredible experience at the Morris Performing Arts Center. The Morris offers the following accommodations:


The Morris Performing Arts Center has wheelchair-accessible seating available to wheelchair users, and can guarantee accommodation for at least one companion. Wheelchair-accessible spaces are marked with an accessible icon on our ticket-purchasing page; companion seats are marked in orange.

Patrons can select accessible seating at purchase, or email info@morriscenter.org to enquire about other accessible options that may be available.

On first-floor seats with an accessible icon on the arm, the arm can be swung open like a door for side access to the seat. Swing-arm seats are marked in purple on our ticket-purchasing page; companion seats are marked in orange.

Wheel Chair Seat
Wheel Chair Seat
Wheel Chair Seat

On seats marked with an accessible symbol, pull up on the highlighted lever on the inside of the arm to swing open.

Please note that every patron must have a ticket to be admitted into the theater.

The entrance to the theater and box office are accessible from North Michigan Street. An automatically-opening door is available at the box office entrance, along with a wheelchair-accessible ticket window. There are no wheelchair-accessible seats located on the second level of the theater.
Wheelchair-accessible restrooms are available on both the lower, first, and second levels of the theater. Elevators are located next to the box office.

The maps below show how many steps lead to each seat in the theatre:

Number of stairs first floor
Number of steps 2nd floor


Accessible parking spaces are available around the corner from The Morris on Colfax Avenue and at the Main & Colfax parking garage on a first-come, first-served basis.

Click here to view parking options.

Sight & Hearing Impaired

The Morris is equipped with assistive listening devices, available upon request. The devices use radio signals to deliver the live feed from the show’s sound board into headphones. Sterilized headphones are provided, or you can bring your own! Each device can support two sets of headphones. If you would like to use an assistive listening device, please email bscully@morriscenter.org, or visit our box office when you arrive for the show. Our box office will ask you to leave an ID or other form of identification while you check the device out.

Assistive Listening Device
Assistive Listening Device

The Morris can accommodate patrons with vision impairments with closer seating when available. Please contact info@morriscenter.org for information.

The Morris Performing Arts Center does not discriminate based on disability in admission or access to, treatment of, employment in, its services, programs or activities. As needed, accommodations will be provided. If you have any questions about accommodations, please contact the Morris Performing Arts Center at (800) 537-6415.