October 2013 - June 2014
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COME EXPLORE WITH US!
125 years ago, 33 explorers, scientists, and thinkers created an organization infused with the spirit of adventure and discovery—The National Geographic Society. As National Geographic begins its next 125 years, we invite you to join us for our 2nd full season at Goodman Theatre. Enjoy four unforgettable evenings filled with compelling stories illustrated with award-winning photography and video like you’ve never experienced.
All events conclude with a lively question-and-answer session between the audience and the speaker, followed by book signings and the opportunity to meet speakers in the lobby.
"Fabulous series, always educational, consistently enjoyable. I feel lucky to live in a city that presents Nat Geo Live!”
Special Member Pricing is available to Goodman Theatre Subscribers and National Geographic Magazine Subscribers. Available only by phone—call 312.443.3800—or in person at the box office. Call today, for the best seats at the best prices.
National Geographic Live 2013/14
After an award-winning filmmaking career, Jim Dutcher turned his energies to a life-altering focus: the wolf. Armed with a forest service permit, he and his wife Jamie lived in a tented camp bordering Idaho’s Sawtooth Wilderness. For six years, they documented the social hierarchy and behavior of the Sawtooth Pack, wolves they bottle-fed as pups. The Dutchers’ extraordinary experiences with what they discovered to be intelligent and compassionate animals led to three Emmy Award-winning documentaries.