Accessibility for Visitors

The Morrison Center for the Performing Arts is committed to making performances, events, and services accessible to everyone in our community. We are continually looking for ways in which we may improve our services and therefore welcome your comments.

For further information about these services please contact us at 208-426-1111 or

Map of the Morrison Center

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Audio Description

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Audio description is available for select Morrison Center events. Using a single earpiece connected to an infrared headset, patrons listen to trained audio describers give live, verbal descriptions of actions, costumes, scenery, and other visual elements of a performance. 

Patrons who wish to listen to the description will need to pick up a headset. Headsets are distributed free-of-charge on a first-come, first-served basis from the Accessibilty Station, located to the Left of the Main Entrance of the Morrison Center.

View our calendar for a list of upcoming audio-described performances, or contact our Ticket Office at 208-426-1111 or 

The Morrison Center also offers audio description upon request. Requests to audio describe non-designated events must be received at least two weeks prior to our Ticket Office at 208-426-1111 or These requests are subject to the availability of a describer and are provided at the discretion of the management.

Curb to Seat Service

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The Morrison Center Staff and Security team will be available starting 60-minutes before the start time of the performance, unless otherwise noted. Security staff can assist patron from the front of the building into the theater. Once the Theater Halls doors have been opened, Ushers can assist patrons to their seats.

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Assistive Listening Devices

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Listen Technologies Assistive Listening Systems (ALS) are available for use at no cost at all Morrison Center sponsored performances in the Main Hall. ALS, along with multiple styles of headphones, may be checked out at the Accessibility Station in the lobby, located to the left of the Main Entrance. A current driver's license or other formal ID is required as collateral.

  • The Morrison Center ALS works on an RF system. The receivers have a 1/8" headphone jack that is compatible with most headphones.
  • Induction loop accessories that are compatible with telecoil equipped hearing aids are also available.
  • Complimentary earplugs are available upon request.

Sign Language Interpretation

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Sign Language Interpretation is available.  Please contact the Morrison Center Box Office to request interpretation services at 208.426.1111 or  Requests should be made at least two weeks in advance, and are subject to interpreter availibility. 

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Accessible Entrances

The Morrison Center has two ramp entrances, one on the southeast parking lot side of the venue, next to the academic entrance, and the other on the riverside, main entrance to the Center. The Riverside Doors are the only entrance into the theater available at showtime.

Elevators operate between the three floors of the Morrison Center. 

Accessible Seating

Wheelchair seating in the Main Hall is available in Row I and (K for extra companion seating) of the Orchestra Level, and Row E and (G for extra companion seating) of the Mezzanine Level. Visit the seating chart for details. Entries 1, 11 & 12 completely avoid stair steps on approach from the lobby.

Accessible Restrooms

All public restrooms are wheelchair accessible on all three floors. Companion care restrooms are available, please see a Morrison Center staff member for help accessing it. 

Courtesy Wheelchairs

A house wheelchair is available to transport people from their cars at the front entrance or within the Center. Please request 24 hours in advance of the event by calling 208-426-1111.

Curb to Seat Service

The Morrison Center Staff and Security team will be available starting 60-minutes before the start time of the performance, unless otherwise noted. A guest services team member can assist a patron from the front of the building into the theater. 


Accessibility drop-off is located on Cesar Chavez Lane in front of the Main Entrance to the Morrison Center. The Morrison Center has three ramp entrances located on both sides of the building from the parking lots and in front of the Main Entrance off Cesar Chavez Lane. During non-event hours, marked accessibility parking is available on the west side of the building and in the southeast lot. 

Parking Services attendants will direct accessible parking for events as additional locations may vary by event.

Shuttle Service

The Morrison Center Shuttle picks up from the ADA parking lot, and drops patrons off at the main entrance. The shuttle starts making rounds 60 minutes before the show starts, unless otherwise noted. 

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Sensory Packs

The Morrison Center offers sensory packs that include headphones, fidget toys, and sunglasses. Sensory packs are available on a fist-come, first-serve basis. Sensory Kits are supported by The Children's Home Society of Idaho. 

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Service Animals

Please contact the Morrison Center Ticket Office at 208-426-1111 or for seating that can accomodate a service animal.  - View Service Animal Policy

Contact Information

Please get in touch with the Morrison Center Box Office at 208-426-1111 Monday through Friday, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm when ordering tickets if you have questions or concerns.

Please make your requests as far in advance as possible to ensure availability.

Content on this site is monitored for compliance with the latest WCAG AA standards. We are continuously improving the usability of our content and are actively working to provide a more inclusive experience for all.  

Please, contact Alana Lynn at immediately if you encounter any access barriers, challenges, or require the content in another format to fully access the information.