Cirque Dreams Holidaze: Uniting An Audience

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By: Tony Rastigue

Preparing for the holiday season is both intense and exciting. Aside from hanging lights and enjoying holiday films, a particular experience at the theatre has been crafting a unique holiday spectacle unlike any other. Cirque Dreams Holidaze brings about a combination of both family-friendly entertainment and seasonal wonder that founder/director Neil Goldberg proudly presents. Goldberg has stated that he aims to “unite the audience” and immerse them into a 2-hour sensation that’ll feature 300 imaginative costumes, 20 world-class astonishing acts, the finest singers and original music. It’ll have everyone feeling the true warmth and enjoyment of the holidays.

“Uniting the audience” is a very unique way of going about presenting audiences with this particular show. Since Christmas and New Year’s only come around once a year, the anticipation leading up to those days are meant to be full of heart and joy, and Cirque appears to offer just that! Maintaining an audiences’ attention is one thing, yet uniting them altogether is certainly a difficult accomplishment I’d imagine. Goldberg has allowed his creation to fully captivate audiences through the formation of such a magnificent sense of awe-inspiring and uplifting production that instantly emerges as the ultimate holiday gift.

The tactic of “uniting the audience” is certainly a powerful and effective strategy when discussing this show, as it perfectly aligns altogether with the emotional theme of this time of year. Having the audience collectively experience delight and astonishment will surely enrapture families together with a sense of community engagement. The spirit of Christmas and New Year’s will instantaneously expand and carry on within everyone that unites themselves among a show like Cirque Dreams Holidaze. Learn more at https://www.millerauditorium.com/cirque-dreams-holidaze

 

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