National Geographic Live: Life on the Vertical
Presented By Overture Center • National Geographic Live Series

National Geographic Live: Life on the Vertical

with Mark Synnott

Tue, Oct 23

Capitol Theater: $35 - $49

Tue 10/23/18 7:30 PM

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Ages 6 & up

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Add to Calendar 10/23/2018 07:30 PM 10/23/2018 09:30 PM America/Chicago National Geographic Live: Life on the Vertical Legendary climber and National Geographic adventure writer Mark Synnott made his name as a big wall pioneer with numerous first ascents. Today, he helps scientists make significant findings in distant, inaccessible places. Through it all, he’s stayed on the leading edge of discovery. Capitol Theater, Overture Center for the Arts info@overturecenter.org false MM/DD/YYYY


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Mark Synnott is a man ever on the brink of new discovery. A big wall rock-climber of the highest order, he’s made legendary first ascents of some of the world’s tallest, most forbidding walls, from Baffin Island to Pakistan. Today, he uses his skills to break scientific ground, reaching incredibly inaccessible environments in search of rare species. It’s all in the spirit of adventure and exploration in order to educate about these sites of strange, remote beauty.


Meet the Artist

You’re invited to Meet the Artist! Stay after the show for a brief, informal Q&A session in the theater with the artists. Free and open to all ticket holders, as well as the general public. Events take place in the performance venue immediately following the show.

There’s more! Special gallery exhibit!

Gallery II (second floor)

Come early to explore patterns in strata of stone and the beauty and abstraction in ice with Studies in Stone, Ice and Memory – Peter Blanchard, Terri Messinides & Steven Ralser.

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