Highlights from the Circus Freaks return to Chalk This Way! photos and video by John Grant
Effective immediately, our mailing address has changed. Please send your fan mail to: Circus Freaks 3109 Knox Street Suite 640 Dallas, TX 75205 Please note this only related to postal mail. None of our event sites have changed.
The World Circus Federation has recognized our monthly circus social, SpinFest, as an official World Circus Day event! Celebrated on and around the third Saturday each April, World Circus Day is a special day for families all over the world to celebrate the magic of the circus. Stage a special event, take a kid to …
The Circus Freaks have partnered with The Artist Outreach to bring creative programs to kids all throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. It’s exciting to see the change we’re making, and to watch people catch on to the value of innovative programs that get kids inspired. Read more at the www.dallasnews.com and www.buckner.org
Dear Santa Claus, It was so good to see you and Mrs. Claus again this year! I had a very lovely time at the Harbor at Rockwall, and Posy did, too. Even though it was so cold my stuffing froze. Posy and I lost each other for a little while, but we found each other …
I know you still remember when we were dancing ballet. We thought we would be able to do it forever; we loved it so much. But, years ago, we fell and you were hurt and we had a really hard choice to make. They used words like “multiple stress fractures” and even scarier, “necrosis.” Cells …
The Juggling Gents take in an evening of fine art, Circus Freaks style, at the Gallery at Midtown.
Our boss clown Russ Sharek must have wished really hard, because this Saturday he’ll be spending his evening playing host to a room full of beautiful dancers. Come see some amazing talent, and the luckiest clown in town at The Event.
A moment of musical slapstick between a pair of Circus Freaks.
One of the unexpected pleasures of performing in the public eye is the opportunity to inspire creativity in others. Recently, artist Lala Bellinger shared a series of painting with us, which she based on some of the Circus Freaks‘ characters. Here’s a sampling of her work, featuring the mysterious Mama LaRoux, Moxie the Clown, torch …