Phoenix Arizona's Original Theatrical Circus Attraction! Since 2016, The GasLight Circus has blended elements of traditional American Circus entertainment, Musical Theatre, Sideshow, and more all under one roof!
- In light of The GasLight Circus' off-season, there has been talk of beginning multiple web series on the official GLC YouTube Channel to encourage fan interaction over social media, which up to this point has hosted only past performances by the Phoenix-based troupe. Proposed ideas include circus tutorials, backstage interviews, documentaries, sketch comedy, and more. Scheduling for the release and distribution of these series' has not been disclosed.
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- Alex DeGar, one of the founding members of The GasLight Circus, has announced his retirement. After being left off of The Carnival Ball following a head-injury he received during a caving trip, the multi-talented circus performer made the decision to depart the Arizona Variety Show Circuit, consisting of performance troupes such as Hump-Day Burlesque, The Pain Proof Punks, The GasLight Circus, and more. Despite this, Alex DeGar has claimed he will continue to perform at cor
- After a successful GoFundMe campaign, GLC's "Proprietor" Noah Brown is currently travelling in Bali in the GLC off-season to undertake the Taksu program in Bali. The Taksu program is an intensive 16-day acting program in which "participants will work daily from 7am to 9pm training in Balinese Dance, Kecak voice, Gamelan, Mask Work, Michael Chekhov, Clown, Grotowski and Fitzmaurice Voicework." - It is a very known act that Noah Brown is notoriously popular among the GLC's ca
-After The GasLight Circus finished their 2016 spring season at The Carnival Ball, GLC breakout star Loki Deadenbacher announced his intentions to move to Eugene Oregon to pursue his education, departing soon after the show's end. Despite this, Loki is still being considered an active performer with The GasLight Circus, having said he intends to make trips back to Arizona to continue performing, and being quoted on becoming GLC's "Eyes and Ears" for venues in the Eugene area,