Subscriptions & Series
2014/15 National Geographic Live Series
Join us for our fourth season with National Geographic’s boldest and brightest as they share awe-inspiring stories and images of their quest to unearth, explore, and document the world’s wonders.
New this season: due to tremendous response, we are thrilled to announce the addition of a 2pm Sunday matinee to the series!
On the Trail of Big Cats: Tigers, Cougars,
& Snow Leopards
Steve Winter, Wildlife Photographer
Sun Oct 5, 2pm
Mon Oct 6, 8pm
Tue Oct 7, 8pm
Award-winning photographer Steve Winter has tracked tigers in the jungles of Asia, searched for snow leopards in the Himalaya, and gone to Hollywood in pursuit of a cougar. Co-author of the National Geographic book Tigers Forever, Winter strives to share the beauty of big cats while working to save them.
Coral, Fire, & Ice: Exploring Secret Underwater Worlds
David Doubilet, Underwater Photographer
Jennifer Hayes, Aquatic Biologist
Sun Nov 16, 2pm
Mon Nov 17, 8pm
Tue Nov 18, 8pm
Explore hidden undersea worlds with photographic legend David Doubilet and aquatic biologist/photojournalist Jennifer Hayes, his wife and underwater partner. From the coral reefs of Papua New Guinea to the icebergs of Antarctica, they’ll go beyond the published stories to share never-before-seen photos and “behind-the-camera” adventures.
Mike Libecki, Climber & Explorer
Cory Richards, Climber & Photographer
Sun Mar 8, 2pm
Mon Mar 9, 8pm
Tue Mar 10, 8pm
Veteran climbers Mike Libecki and Cory Richards tell the story of their journey to Antarctica, where they battled extreme cold, furious winds, and fickle weather to summit a remote 2,000-foot spire. Join them for a humorous but gripping account of this first ascent at the bottom of the world.
Pete McBride, Photographer & Filmmaker
Sun May 3, 2pm
Mon May 4, 8pm
Tue May 5, 8pm
Acclaimed photographer and filmmaker Pete McBride (Chasing Water) offers unforgettable journeys down two of the world’s great rivers. The Colorado flows through majestic landscapes but no longer reaches the sea. And the Ganges, India’s sacred waterway, is revered as a god but polluted by the people who worship it.
Photos: Top (Tigers) by Steve Winter; Photo #2 (Steve Winter) by Steve Winter; Photo #3 (David Doubilet & Jennifer Hayes) by Kelly Stremmel; Photo #4 (Mike Libecki & Cory Richards) by Cory Richards; Photo #5 (Pete McBride) by Jon Waterman.
The Roy Thomson Hall Box Office sells tickets for Roy Thomson Hall, Massey Hall, select events at Winter Garden Theatre, Harbourfront Centre Theatre (formerly Enwave Theatre) and the Rivoli, and single tickets for Toronto Symphony Orchestra. The Box Office is open 3 hours prior to performances for events on Sundays and Holidays.
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