Please note that this event (originally scheduled for May 5, 2020 and rescheduled for August 23, 2020) has been canceled due to the continuing threat of COVID-19.
You have three options if you purchased tickets to this event:
Please consider donating the cost of your tickets back to the Auditorium Theatre, a non-profit theatre. We will send you a tax-donation letter if you choose this option.
If you’d like a credit for the cost of your tickets, we will apply that to your account. This credit may be used for a future purchase at the theatre and does not expire.
We can refund the cost of your tickets. If you have not received a refund for this canceled event, please be aware that we do not save credit card information for security purposes and we cannot automatically refund your tickets. Our Ticket Services Representatives will contact you to arrange your refund, or you can contact them directly at [email protected] or 312.341.2300 to arrange your refund.
National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry has captured the soul of the sea for more than 20 years, spending more than 10,000 hours underwater (often in extreme conditions beneath Arctic ice or in predator-infested waters). Journey with him from the North Atlantic, where harp seals face the threat of declining sea ice, to the temperate waters of New Zealand, home of the fastest shark in the world – the mako. The images Skerry captures offer a mesmerizing glimpse into the soul of the sea and remind us of the beauty of our oceans.