We want to make sure everyone has an incredible experience at the Morris Performing Arts Center. We are able to accommodate individuals with special needs as follows:

Limited Mobility

The Morris Performing Arts Center has wheelchair-accessible seating available to wheelchair patrons and their companions. Seats are available for purchase based on availability. Please note: everyone must have a ticket to be admitted to a show. Patrons must identify the need for wheelchair seating when purchasing tickets to ensure accessible seating is available. Wheelchair patrons are entitled to purchase one companion seat at the same price as the wheelchair location. The entrance to the theater and box office are accessible from North Michigan Street. An automated door into the box office is available, along with a wheelchair accessible ticket window. There is no wheelchair accessible seats located in the upstairs of the theater.

Wheelchair accessible restrooms are available on both the first and second levels of the theater, as well as the lower level. Elevators are located near the box office.


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.

Sight & Hearing Impaired

The Morris is equipped with Assisted Listening Devices (Phonic Ear) available upon request and can accommodate patrons who have special needs due to a sight impairment. Please be sure to inform the Box Office of any special needs while ordering tickets to ensure suitable arrangements are made.

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.