IN THIS ISSUE
Featuring Neil Goldberg
Having entertained over 50 million people in 500 different cities worldwide, Neil Goldberg’s productions have dazzled audiences from the Kennedy Center to the Grand Ole Opry House to the Alte Oper House. Retiring in 2019 after a long career and selling his cirque companies to Cirque du Soleil ahead of the pandemic, Goldberg has transformed his Dream Studios complex into a film production, costume design and creation facility. He has further embarked upon a writing and consulting career as well as launching a new show and entertainment brand, Pomp, Snow, and CIRQUEumstance™.
” The book was inspired by my imagination and the desire to create a new generation of storytelling for a new generation of kids. Children and their imaginations have been a constant influence for my creative inspiration throughout the years. I wanted to develop a relatable storybook to visually immerse and simultaneously share valuable lessons. The second book is in development for a 2024 release. New characters will be introduced and the adventures will continue through all four seasons and multiple holidays. Television and live action series are in discussions.“
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