Showing posts with label El Circo Cheapo. Show all posts
Showing posts with label El Circo Cheapo. Show all posts

Monday, January 6, 2014

First of it’s kind in the US, the 2014 Chicago Contemporary Circus Festival brings shows from around the world together January 7-12.

Here at ChiIL Live Shows we cover a vast aray of theatre, music, arts, entertainment and urban lifestyle, but circus is our passion and first love.   So we were way beyond stoked to hear about The Chicago Contemporary Circus Festival in Chicago this week.   It's like a family reunion for us!   The more we read about the lineup, speakers, workshops and management, the more we realized we either already personally know or have covered/filmed/reviewed and/or shot stills of the vast majority of people involved in The Chicago Contemporary Circus Festival.   

Now our challenge is how to share the basics along with loads of our original coverage without 10 page posts!   Our best option looks to be a big, running series of features.   

Here's the basic scoop below, performance schedule and ticket links.   We'll be elaborating with loads of original content, more in depth features on each show, and photo filled recaps.  

So, check back with ChiIL Live Shows like we vote in Chi, IL... early and often.  This will be circus immersion week for sure. Get your tickets early and escape the Arctic Vortex to catch as many of these live acts as you can & experience the rest vicariously through our pages here and at our family friendly sister site, ChiIL Mama


2014 Chicago Contemporary 
Circus Festival

2014 Chicago Contemporary Circus Festival is the nationʼs first contemporary circus festival, and it flies into the Windy City this January 7-12, 2014. Chicagoanʼs of all ages can experience seven genre-defying national and international circus companies for four days of daringly moving full-length contemporary circus shows, and two late-night cabaret* style performances, as well as workshops, seminars, discussions and parties. Performances will be held in the Athenaeumʼs main stage and black box theaters, as well as at Links Hall. Tickets start at $20.00, and festival packages are also available starting at $135.00. Tickets for all shows (at various venues) may be purchased through the Athenaeum box office 773-935-6875 or online at For more information go to

“Delightful... Go see it!” ~CBC Radio Canada

Click here for ChiIL Live Shows sizable SmugMug Gallery of Original Circus Arts Photos.   Our photo gallery includes an array of Contemporary and Traditional Circus Arts... major players and local favs including:

  • Cirque du Soliel
  • El Circo Cheapo
  • The Actor's Gymnasium
  • The Midnight Circus
  • The Ordinary Acrobat Book Tour-Duncan Wall/Circus Now
  • CircEsteem
  • Ringling Brothers
  • Cirque Shanghai

From tiny, hilarious clown shows to large scale ensemble-based spectacles, from the intimate to the outrageous, the 2014 Chicago Contemporary Circus Festival will blow the doors off the idea that the circus is only a Big-Top, multimillion-dollar extravaganza. Since the mid to late 19th century, the “traditional” format in American circus has been viewed as clowns with big shoes, glittery show girl costumes and elephants standing on one leg. In stark contrast, the contemporary circus (originally known as nouveau cirque), well-established and respected in Europe, Canada, Australia and other parts of the world since the 1970’s, is a mix of human circus skill, theater, dance and music. This contemporary genre of circus tends to focus more attention on the overall aesthetic impact, on character and story development, and on the use of new media, design, and original music, to convey thematic or narrative content provoking emotional engagement.

*NOTE: There is partial nudity in Ricochet, the Cabaret shows may not be appropriate for kids under 17, and Honeybuns is an 18 and older show. 
**Produced by the AYCO, this show features 40 young artists ages 6-21 from 13 states showcasing their circus artistry.

Attrape-Moi by Flip FabriQue
Athenaeum Theatre: FRI, 1/10/14 @ 4pm
SAT, 1/11/14 @ 8pm, & SUN, 1/12/14 @ 5pm

The Way Out by The Acrobatic Conundrum
Athenaeum Theatre
THUR, 1/9/14 @ 7:30pm, & SAT, 1/11/14 @ 5pm 

Smoke and Mirrors* by Ricochet AND

Muualla/Elsewhere by Ilona Jäntti’
Athenaeum Theatre
FRI, 1/10/14 @ 7:30pm, & SUN, 1/12/14 @ 8pm
*NOTE: There is partial nudity in Ricochet

El Circo Cheapo Cabaret* by Aloft Circus Arts
Athenaeum Theatre 
FRI, 1/10/14 @ 11pm, & SAT 1/11/14 @ 11pm
*NOTE: the Cabaret shows may not be appropriate for kids under 17

Cherepaka (the death of a turtle) by Andréane Nadere Leclerc
Links Hall
THUR 1/9/14 @ 6pm, & FRI 1/10/14 @ 8:30pm

The Rendez-vous by Krin Haglund
Links Hall
THUR 1/9/14 @ 8:30pm, & FRI 1/10/14 @ 6pm

Honeybuns* by Dean Evans
Athenaeum’s Black Box Theatre
THUR 1/9/14 @ 9pm, SAT 1/11/14 @ 9:30pm, & SUN 1/12/14 @ 6:30pm
*NOTE:   Honeybuns is an 18 and older show.   Don't let the playful costume fool you.    Honeybuns is raunchy, irreverent, and brilliant... and we're not just talking about the hue of his bloomers.   He WILL take you out of your comfort zone.

Running in Corduroy by Brian P. Dailey
Athenaeum’s Black Box Theatre
FRI 1/10/14 @ 9pm, SAT 1/11/14 @ 6:30pm, & SUN 1/12/14 @9:30pm

(*AYCO performers include Chicago youth from Actor's Gymnasium and CircEsteem.   Click the links for loads of ChiIL Mama's original features on both.)

American Youth Circus Organization Showcase**
Athenaeum Theatre 
SUN 1/12/14 @ 1pm

**Produced by the AYCO, this show features 40 young artists ages 6-21 from 13 states showcasing their circus artistry.

ATHENAEUM THEATRE, performances will be held in both their main stage and black box (studio 3) theatres. The theater is located at 2936 N. Southport Ave., Chicago, IL 60657 / 773-935-6875
LINKS HALL is located in Constellation (the former site of the Viaduct Theater) at 3111 N. Western Ave., Chicago, IL 60618 / 773.281.0824
TICKETS Tickets start at $20.00, and festival packages are also available starting at $135.00. Tickets for all shows (at various venues) may be purchased through the Athenaeum box office 773-935-6875 or online at For more information and group ticket inquiries, go to

WORKSHOP CONTACT INFORMATION For more information on professional development please visit For more information on skill-based master classes contact

Please contact Duncan Wall, National Director, Circus Now at US: 347.587.8107 or CAN: 438.936.7503

Speaking Circus / Chicago
  II Speaking Circus / NYC  II Circus Now  
An editorial in the NYTimes about the rise of creative circus.

MORE INFORMATION For more information go to

Co-producers Shayna Swanson and Matt Roben and their team have been working collaboratively to curate and produce this first festival with the purpose of creating a new and educated audience for circus in America. The festival is organized as a not-for-profit, with Links Hall acting as itʼs fiscal agent. Festival discussions and workshops are being organized by Circus Now. For more information on professional development please visit

The first of its kind in the United States, The Chicago Contemporary Circus Festival brings daringly moving acts and shows from around the world to perform, teach, and network from January 6-12, 2014. The festival showcases genre-defying companies and performers creating circus in an entirely new, and completely inspiring way. Tickets for all shows (at various venues) may be purchased through the Athenaeum box office 773-935-6875 or online at For more information go to

Matt Roben, Co-Producer (and the only guy I've ever met in person who can pull off a dual handlebar mustache!!

Matt Roben, Co-Producer for the Chicago Contemporary Circus Festival, a six day event featuring contemporary circus companies from around the world which will take place in Lakeview from January 6-12, 2014. Matt Roben is a circus performer with over 24 years of professional experience as a clown and actor. Originally from Saratoga, CA, Matt grew up performing in musical theater and after graduating high school was fortunate enough to attend the prestigious National Circus School of Montreal where his focus was acrobatic bicycle and clown. He has been performing for the public in venues as diverse as backyard birthday parties to the stage of the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra with everything from a bicycle act on a cruise ship to the top of a 60' sway pole overlooking the skyline of Dubai. He has been seen in circuses, USO shows, musical and straight theater, television, commercials, movies and voice over. He has performed circus on the high seas and in North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia with companies such as Royal Caribbean, MSC, The New Pickle Circus, Cirque Productions, Poet Productions, Aloft Circus Arts and Midnight Circus. In 1997 he competed in the Acrobatic Bicycle World Championships as the only American in nearly two decades to do so. In the early 2000's, while back in the San Francisco Bay Area, Matt performed in a number of theater shows and as a cast member on the television show Stand UP It's Thursday Night and produced the Spring Comedy Competition in San Jose, CA. He was also a founding member of the short-lived Dusk Beat Circus.

Since moving to Chicago a decade ago Matt has worked with Lookingglass Theatre, iO Theater (formerly Improv Olympic), Actors Gymnasium, Aloft Circus Arts, Emerald City Theater Company, The Artistic Home, Midnight Circus and Lyric Opera of Chicago. He has taught circus for nearly every circus organization in town and performed as a clown doctor in all of the major Chicago-land Childrenʼs Hospitals. For the last six years he has been a cast member of Midnight Circus as a musical clown, acrobatic bicyclist and performing his comical chair balancing routine. He performs a "melancholic" mime piece with several of the nation's premier orchestras as the comical host and emcee of Cirque Musica. Matt is a monthly favorite in Alofts' El Circo Cheapo Cabaret with his acrobatic bicycle act or musical comedy duo act, The Amazing Gamberoni Brothers.

In addition to circus Matt has done commercials for Clabber Girl Baking Powder, morning-DJ Rover, and the Como Restaurant. Matt was also featured on billboards and in magazine ads nationwide for Hewlett Packard doing another one of his passions: flying his hang glider. You can see him on episodes of Jerry Springer as a juggling stilt-walker and as an entertainer in the movie Outing Reilly. He is an experienced trade-show presenter and emcee for companies such as Zirmed, Manitowoc, NTN, Visit Britain, Intel, Pogo Linux and many more, bringing his unique brand of comedy and circus skills to the rather "conventional" convention market. Finally, you can catch Matt every Monday at Chicagoʼs Shedd Aquarium where he is a scuba dive presenter in the Caribbean Reef Tank, hand-feeding stingrays and fish and educating the public about life underwater.

Shayna SwansonCo-Producer

Shayna Swanson, Co-Producer, is a ground breaking, award winning aerial and circus acrobat, whose work pushes the limits of physicality and emotion. She recently won the “Best Performance of Festival” Award at the American Aerial Acrobatic Festival, and a Special Prize at the Circuba Festival in Havana and was featured at the Huishan Acrobatic Festival in Taiwan and Collision Arts Asia Festival in Malaysia.

Shayna has been creating and performing aerial works that have been described by the Chicago Reader as “truly heart-felt and creative” for over 12 years. After studying dance and sociology at university she decided her true place was in the air. As a former competitive gymnast and diver, her work naturally fused difficulty, strength and intricacy with thoughtfulness and surprise. Shayna developed her aerial voice though independent study of the body in vertical space, but refined her skills through training at Circus Maniacs and with private tutors like Elsie and Serenity Smith, Fred Deb and Norboul Meirmanov.

In 2005 she received the Glenn P Davis Scholarship to the Aerial Dance Festival, awarded every year for excellence in aerial choreography. That same year Shayna formed her own company “Aloft” and, with a CAAP grant from the City of Chicago, produced the critically acclaimed full-length show “Rolling Blackouts”. In 2006 her choreography was selected into the repertory of Thodos Dance Chicago and featured in the Best of Dance Chicago Showcase. Also that year the Chicago Reader named her a “Mover and Shaker” of the Chicago dance scene. Her work was also presented at the International Circus Performerʼs Gathering in Brattleboro, Vermont, and at many Chicago dance festivals. Shayna formed the Aloft Loft in April 2006 to provide a supportive and vibrant community training space for physical artists of all sorts. Since its founding Shayna has created 3 full length shows and 4 interactive performance parties. She was the co-aerial director for the first and second incarnations of the massive church/circus hit “Imagine Christmas”. “El Circo Cheapo Cabaret” is Shaynaʼs newest project: part talent show, part vaudeville, part punk rock warehouse show, “El Circo Cheapo” has toured across America, selling out shows weeks in advance.

In addition to producing and creating her own shows, Shaynaʼs work has been seen at the Pegasus Variete in Germany, the Kim Tom Clown Festival in Shanghai, Olympic festivities in Hong Kong, Vivendi Cabaret in the Cayman Islands, resorts in the Caribbean and with shows like Cirque Voila, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Cirque de la Mer, The Coorʼs Light/Maxim Model Search Tour, New Vision Cirque, The Big Aerial Show, The Midnight Circus and Circus Smirkus. Corporate clients include The Macau Board of Tourism, Deutschebank, Absolut, Seneca Niagara Casino, Harrahʼs, Ford, Air France, KA Furniture, Mori Seiki and many more.

More Details:

El Circo Cheapo Cabaret
Starting in the early 90ʼs and continuing through the mid-part of 2008, the New Circus Movement, as embodied by Cirque du Soleil, involved lavish, technically complex productions. But in this post-recession world everyone is trying to do more with less. El Circo Cheapo Cabaret was born out of this moment. 

What is “The Circus” when you peel away elaborate sets and the profusion of special effects? At circusʼ core is the relationship between the performers and the audience. Part vaudeville and part reality-TV, on stage there is the performer, their apparatus, music and the audience: nothing more. The performers communicate with the audience, and the audience, through applause, gasps, tears and laughter, communicates with the performers. This is the framework that El Circo Cheapo began with 5 years ago, and 120 sold-out shows later, it's what makes El Circo Cheapo Cabaret unique—everyone, regardless of education, age, culture or background can, and will want to, participate in it. The result is a fresh and honest show that makes a profound connection with any audience. This is circus as it has always been intended--powerful, honest, dangerous, intense, hilarious and passionate.  This special festival edition is being chosen and planned by the production team at the CCCF and features some of the best circus artists in America.

Flip Fabrique
Flip FabriQue is a young organization born out of the common dream of a group of friends, all from the world of professional circus, to create a company which incorporates personal experiences and, above all, utilizes the full potential of each artist. These world-class artists have performed hundreds of shows for numerous companies including the prestigious Cirque du Soleil and Cirque Éloize. Flip FabriQue takes a creative and collaborative approach created entirely by the artist and the director. Embracing the qualities and strengths of each unique performer reveals the magic of Flip FabriQue.

The Acrobatic Conundrum
The Acrobatic Conundrum Eight strangers find themselves in a room with no exit. They are isolated from the world in a bunker where supplies are scarce. In the absence of enough, the new arrivals see themselves in a different light: vindictive and kind, desperate and hopeful.
With no allies but each other, eight disparate personalities vie for survival, connection, and a way out.

The Way Out is 90 minutes of heart-stopping acrobatics, aerials, theater, dance and video projection. Under the artistic direction of Terry Crane, with choreography by Elizabeth Rose, it is a truly contemporary form of storytelling using the raw physicality of the performers.

Ricochet Weaving delicate metaphor with jaw dropping spectacle, RICOCHETʼs unique brand of poetic acrobatics has taken the world by storm. Using lyric physicality and virtuosic circus technique, RICOCHET draws from rigorous backgrounds of classical and contemporary dance, aerial acrobatics, and the commitment to experimentation and improvisation to explore the internal landscapes of the human experience. The company of two; Cohdi Harrell and Laura Stokes, based out of rural New Mexico, travel the world over performing and teaching. Hailed as being “vital to the growth of contemporary circus in America,” their work has played to sold out theaters from Seattle to Croatia, never receiving less than a standing ovation.

Krin Haglund
After touring the world with Quebecʼs most innovative circus companies, Krin Haglund presents her one- woman theatrical circus show where she plays both MC and cast. A “deft comedienne,” Krin shares “surprising skills in circus and acrobatics” including her mad cocktail of aerial feats, Cyr wheel and clown.

No stranger to eccentric characters, Krin is an original cast member of Cirque Éloizeʼs Rain, directed by Daniele Finzi Pasca, which performed to sold-out crowds around the world. With Rain she became the first woman to master the Cyr single wheel. Krin has also toured with the 7 doigts de la main (7 Fingers) hit shows La Vie and Loft. With the hot cabaret La Clique her aerial tissue routine was praised as “dynamic, expressive and original.”

She has also performed with Cirque du Soleil, Riksteatret National Theater of Norway, Amanda Palmer and toured with the Dresden Dolls as a performer and MC. Her work is supported by TOHU-Cité des arts du cirque.

Andréane Nadère Leclerc
Cherepaka is the death of a Turtle. Inspired by Deleuzeʼs Logique de la sensation and Francis Baconʼs paintings, Cherepaka is a scenographic composition that explores the duality of eternity and death, and the human desire to live.

This essay tries to go beyond the curiosity of contortion - to make this acrobatic language a physical language capable of stimulating the audiences imagination.

Contortionist Andréane began her circus career at nine years of age. Driven by a desire to harness contortion technique as a malleable material that is capable of generating a world of sensations and imagery beyond the spectacle, she now creates her own experimental and conceptual performances (Di(x)parue, Cherepaka, InSuccube). In 2013, she obtained a Masterʼs Degree in Theatre at UQAM. She is currently working on Eat Me (Tangente, 2014) and Whore of Babylon, a co-creation with the Tiger Lillies. 

Friday, September 21, 2012

Brilliant Corners of Popular Amusement is HERE

ChiIL Live Shows Shots--El Circo Cheapo--Brilliant Corners 2011

Check out Brilliant Corners main site here for advanced 2012 tickets and more info.

"Brilliant Corners of Popular Amusements" happens this weekend, September 21-23 at the new Riverfront Theater at 650 W. Chicago.   Mike "Pitchfork" Reed's Brilliant baby is in it's 3rd year and a less ambitious set up this time around.   Still, 2012 makes up for quality what it lacks over 2011's quantity.

John Cale
Zola Jesus
Late Comedy Show (FREE), 10 p.m.
Seaton Smith
Drew Michael
Megan Gailey
Hosted by Brandon Wetherbee

El Circo Cheapo
Conor Oberst
Van Dyke Parks
Late Comedy Show (FREE) , 10 p.m.
Jon H. Benjamin
James Fritz
The Puerbaugh Sisters
Hosted by Brian Babylon

Bobby Womack
Helado Negro

Brilliant Corners of Popular Amusements
returns with its third fall showcase.

This event is being held at the new Riverfront Theater (650 W. Chicago) September 21-23.
With a vaudevillian approach, Brilliant Corners unites stylistically disparate forms of entertainment under one tent. This year’s incarnation packs the days with late-afternoon circus, evening musical performances, and late-night comedy revues.


Each evening, Brilliant Corners showcases original musical voices from across genres, featuring performances by legendary and ground-breaking artists. See the full schedule.

Late Night Comedy

Late nights after the music, the Brilliant Corners stage will be handed over to comedians. This portion of the event is FREE. See details aboutFriday and Saturday’s shows.

Matinee Circus

Saturday afternoon El Circo Cheapo, Chicago’s very own collection of world-class circus performers, presents innovative circus performances. Read more.

We're particularly stoked to see Dizzy Lizzy and 

Brian P. Daley--our kids aerial arts and juggling teachers at CircEsteem.

Monday, September 17, 2012

El Circo Cheapo at Brilliant Corners of Popular Amusements 9/22

Check out our past, photo filled coverage of Brilliant Corners 2011 right here.   Click here our full original review/feature.

We've been active in the circus arts community for the past few years as our kids are on CircEsteem's pre-team and are learning aerial arts, Chinese Pole, clowning, juggling, unicycle, and more.    We've reviewed numerous circus shows for ChiIL Mama and ChiIL Live Shows are avid supporters of as much local Chi-town circus as possible.   El Circo Cheapo are some of our favs.   Quite a few of our kids' teachers are involved.     

Then get out this weekend and see them live, in the big tent.  Riverfront Theater--one of our favorite theater spaces in the city--is the now to be permanent tent of Peter Pan and La Soiree Cabaret fame.   

El Circo Cheapo at Brilliant Corners!

This Saturday only!
Come check us out in the big tent!
Saturday, Sept 22, 5-6
We love performing in tents, and you love when you get to sit in a chair for only $10! That's right...chair seats for $10! Wooo hooo!

Come check out some of the best acts of El Circo Cheapo Cabaret (and Crockett's very last show with us anywhere...sob!), all hosted by the very hilarious Adam Burke! Yes, THAT Adam Burke!

There's really not a lot more to say about it. It's going to be totally awesome, totally fun, and totally early in the day, so set your alarm clocks for 1PM, get some brunch, and head to the Brilliant Corners of Popular Amusement to see some "intents" circus. HA HA HA...get it?

Riverfront Theater is at Chicago Ave and the River. Big white tent. Can't miss it.

Tickets here. Now.
"The ability to let go and be enthralled by a Brilliant moment of entertainment or spectacle is at the heart of human experience. At every Corner of the globe, people come together to enjoy the most Popular and more obscure forms of human Amusements."

Don't miss the Putterbaugh Sisters, doing alate night comedy set at the Festival, Friday night!

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

El Circo Cheapo-3-3-2012 (photo filled feature)

Check out our original show shots from The El Circo Cheapo-7pm Family Friendly Show on 3/3/2012.    We highly recommend this monthly celebration of circus arts at Aloft Loft.   They perform the first Saturday of every month and sell out, so plan ahead.   Tickets are a reasonable $10 for floor seating or $15 to splurge on a chair.   7pm is family friendly and 10pm is 18+.   Both are BYOB.    After the show, our kids gave a little impromptu circus skills demo, just for the pure joy of it.   (The kids take classes at CircEsteem, and were so jazzed to see some of their instructors perform, who are regulars in El Circo Cheapo!)  For tickets and more info, including adult classes, check out Aloft's main site right here.

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Aloft Aerial Arts-Under the Gaslight Show (photo filled recap)

Under the Gaslight, Aloft's student show on February 25th, was truly impressive.   Check out our original show shots above.   It's exciting to see aerial acts within a larger story line or plot, rather than just an exhibition of skills.  We were especially excited that they chose to explore the subjective elements of mental illness.  
Gaslighting, by definition, is a term for psychological abuse where the victim is led to doubt their own memory and perception.   Here's the Wikipedia definition:

Gaslighting is a form of psychological abuse in which false information is presented with the intent of making a victim doubt his or her own memory and perception. It may simply be the denial
by an abuser that previous abusive incidents ever occurred, or it could
be the staging of bizarre events by the abuser with the intention of disorienting the victim.
The term "gaslighting" comes from the play Gas Light
and its film adaptations. In those works a character uses a variety of
tricks to convince his spouse that she is crazy, so that she won't be
believed when she reports strange things that are genuinely occuring,
including the dimming of the gas lamps
in the house (which happens when her husband turns on the normally
unused gas lamps in the attic to conduct clandestine activities there).
Since then, it has become a colloquial expression that is now also used in clinical and research literature. 
Earlier that night, I was shooting Emilie Autumn's amazing show at The House of Blues.   It was an eerily appropriate pairing, as Emilie's concerts are a music/ performance art hybrid that take place in a Victorian era asylum!   She even performed a song guessed it, Gaslight!   Our photo filled recap is coming soon.

Here's Aloft's show premise:

Under the Gaslight

The Aloft Loft
Chicago, IL

The Aloft Student Ensemble Performance group presents a full length
contemporary circus show exploring the line between sane and "crazy".
Aloft's signature style of using traditional circus apparatus in new and
surprising ways, and spinning clear narrative through movement and risk
come alive again through this group of 10 up-coming acrobats, studying
at the Aloft Loft, the Midwest's premiere contemporary circus school.
Trained by some of the top instructors in the country, and directed by
Aloft's Artistic Director, Shayna Swanson, the performers have created a
show based in consensus building which questions weather mental illness
is just one tragedy away from everyone.

All proceeds from the seat reservation fee for this show will go into a new scholarship fund to assist current Aloft Loft students who lose their incomes due to the economy in continuing their acrobatic training. Some money will also be
directed into mirco-grants to help professional artists-in-residence at
the Aloft Loft develop new work.
We were back there tonight to shoot El Circo Cheapo and celebrate Du-Jay's 11th birthday with family.   They've been doing the show for 3 years and sell out every show!   Some of their talented performers also work as teachers at CircEsteem, so the kids were extra stoked to see folks they know perform.   We caught El Circo Cheapo back at Brilliant Corners Fest and were thoroughly entertained.    They run a fabulous, monthly circus at Aloft's space, on the first Saturday of every month for just $10 floor seats & $15 for a chair.   Tickets tend to be in high demand and sell out, so plan ahead.    Check out Aloft's main site here for more details.

El Circo Cheapo!

“The only thing cheap is the admission!”-Santa Fe Reporter

Like circus? Like awesome things that are crazy cheap? Then have we
got just the thing for you. El Circo Cheapo Cabaret is an amazing circus
show like nothing you have ever seen. An ever changing cast of some of
the world’s most talented circus performers, as well as other
performance artists, ensures no two shows are ever the same…and seat
reservation fees are low!

Make your seat reservation for El Circo Cheapo Cabaret now by heading here.

*The 7 PM show is family friendly. The 10 PM is 18+.   Both are BYOB.  

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