-In a one-on-one sit down interview, The GasLight Website spoke with GLC creator Jero "The Jester" Keenom to discuss the success of the first annual Carnival Ball, his career as a circus performer up to this point, retirement rumors, and more. The full interview can be found below: Let's start with The Carnival Ball, a lot transpired there last weekend, tell us how you feel now that it's been a few days since the event: Jero: It's almost unreal, how well the show went over. Out of the $1000 we aimed to reached for Arizona Veterans Helping Veterans, we made about $736, which is more than double what we expected to earn for the charity. The Arizona Circus scene hasn't come together like that s
-This Morning, The GasLight Circus was listed by Phoenix Magazine as one of the "Top 5 Arts Events for May". Upon hearing the news, GLC Founder Jero the Jester took to social media to comment: "It's not a dream anymore to me, or a joke anymore to some. Every time we come back to The Alwun House for a show, people remember us, they remember The GasLight Circus. It's almost every week now we're featured by another website, news, or radio station. It's a great feeling that our desire to entertain the fans has seen such a response so regularly." -Speaking of radio, Jero the Jester and GLC Aerialst Widow Ives appeared this past weekend on 93.3 KDKB, and several other radio stations under the Ariz
-The GasLight Circus' "Carnival Ball" charity show has been bumped up in their performance schedule in light of the troupe dropping two Endgame performance dates.
The first annual charity event will now take place on May 21st.
The following post was published on the GasLight Circus Facebook page this past Friday:
"Hello GasLight Fans! After much discussion with various members of our staff, cast, and crew, The GasLight Circus has decided to announce that this Tuesday, May 10th, will be our final appearance at our weekly time slot at Endgame.We've decided to drop our remaining scheduled show dates at the venue in order to more properly prepare ourselves for the upcoming theatrical circus production "The Carnival Ball" on May 21st at the Alwun House(and we will have more info on that event within the next few hours), it's also a measure we're taking to put less stress and strain on the cast and crew, who have been