Neil Gaiman

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Brown Theater, Wortham Theater Center

Single tickets on sale November 14.

For a career and repertoire as varied as Neil Gaiman, it’s best to let the man himself describe what he does: “I make things up and write them down.” As one of the most celebrated writers of our time, it’s fitting that his inimitable creativity and unequaled imagination are the first thing used to describe Neil Gaiman. From his bestselling contemporary fantasy novel, American Gods, to his bestselling young adult story (and eventual movie) Coraline, to his children’s novel The Graveyard Book, Gaiman’s works have racked up every major literary award. On top of more than twenty books, Gaiman is also celebrated for his groundbreaking work on the Sandman comics, which were described by Stephen King as having turned graphic novels into a fully-realized art form. A self-described “feral child who was raised in libraries,” Neil Gaiman’s appearance on July 8th will be a can’t-miss performance for any lover of books and stories.

This performance is a part of the CB&I New Now Series.

Tickets range from $33-$78
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By: Society for the Performing Arts