Box Office Hours: M-F: Noon-7:30pm
Weekends: 2:00pm - 7:30pm


We welcome all patrons with or without disabilities.

NEW: Every FRIDAY MATINEE now has on-screen captions to better serve our customers!

Art is for everybody. The Myrna Loy Center is committed to providing access and assistance to anyone and everyone, including those with all abilities.

Questions about accessibility? Just call Ramsay Ballew at 406-443-0287 to ask questions or get information regarding accessibility. If you are hearing impaired, you can get help with telephone access by using the free relay service – 711.

General Access

Accessible parking is clearly marked on Ewing street right outside the Myrna Loy’s front entrance. Ramp access is located at our front entrance on Ewing.

Two gender-neutral and wheelchair-accessible bathrooms are on the main floor.

We do not require identification to purchase or pick up tickets.

Large Print Programs

largePrintLarge print programs for performances that require programs are available. Please request them at least 48 hours in advance by calling the box office at 406-442-0287, and we will have them waiting for you at the Box Office.

Wheelchair Seating

wheelchairThere are two wheelchair seats in the front section of our auditorium and one in the back rows of our screening room. If you can let us know in advance of your arrival that is most helpful, so we can prepare for you gracefully.

Assisted Listening Devices

hearingAssisted listening devices are always available at the box office. Just ask.

Access equipment for movies: We provide personal subtitle glasses for hard of hearing viewers, sound-boosting headphones for hearing-challenged, and personal narration headphones for the blind. These are easy to use, if the film you’re watching has these services embedded (not all do.) Just ask at the Box Office. It takes but a moment to get you set up!

The Myrna Loy also provides on-screen captions at every Friday Matinee.

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