Foley’s fighting a fever, at the Open Stage.
The story of Beauty and the Beast, with a clown and a twist. Photo by Ed Steele Video by Alicia Holston Music by Peppina
The very first official Circus Freaks performance was at the LabyrinthWalk CoffeeHouse‘s annual Vaudeville Night. It’s a fun little variety show, and now days we make a tradition of joining the cast for the evening each year to celebrate the place that gave us our start. Photos by John Allen Grant
It’s official, we’ll be teaching improv and clown at the Bath House Cultural Center starting on September 17th! Find out more about the Existential Variety Improv Lab
Check out our Indiegogo campaign for more information about our upcoming narrative circus show, Almost 5. We have so much cool stuff in store, and we can’t wait to share it with you! Find out More: http://www.igg.me/at/almost5
In January 2015, we’re leaping into new artistic territory: Almost 5, our first narrative circus show. We can’t wait to show you what we’ve been working on! footage courtesy Open Stage, 2014 UPDATE: Our indiegogo campaign is now online!
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