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Information Standard Box Office Hours:
Tue - Fri 11: 00 AM- 4:00 pm
Open on Mondays only for shows

211 N Michigan Street
South Bend, IN 46601
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574-235-9190
Toll Free Number
800-537-6415
Emergency Event Line
574-235-5900

South Bend, Indiana is on Eastern Time

Box Office Hours on Event Days
Tuesday through Friday: The Morris Box Office remains open through intermission. Phone lines remain open until two before the start of the show

For a double-show day: Box Office closes after intermission of the second show. Phone lines are turned on at the end of intermission of the first show and turned off two hours prior to the second show.

Saturday and Sunday Matinee Performances the Box Office will open at Noon for a 2:00 PM and 3:00 PM shows, phones will be turned off two hours prior to the show.

Saturday and Sunday Evening Performances: The Box Office will open at 5:00pm and remains open until the end of intermission. Two hours prior to the event time, the phone lines will be turned off.

Cameras, camera phones, audio, video, and digital recorders, paging devices and cell phones are not permitted in the theater. Outside Beverages/food and smoking are not permitted inside the theater.

Bag Check

All bags are now subject to inspection upon entry of the theatre.
Bags of any kind are subject to inspection prior to admission. We acknowledge that this procedure may cause some inconvenience, but hope these are minor in comparison to increased safety. As you enter the building to have your ticket scanned, please be prepared to have your bag inspected.

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