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Once you get past Le Cirque Noir's main entrance, you'll find this large grassy area. Tickets to the show and carnival rides are sold here in addition to heart-attack-inducing concession and cheaply made circus souvenirs.
Complete with a house of mirrors, Ferris wheel, and a large number of violent mechanical rides, this sprawling carnival takes up the majority of the lot. Also, don't forget to visit one of our many game booths scattered throughout - you're sure to win a prize (at least at the one or two that aren't rigged).
It's impossible to miss this gigantic white canvas tent, situated on the right side of the lot. Once you enter, you'll find an entire wall of raised seats facing three large rings. The most spectacular acts are performed in the big top, so you most definitely don't want to miss the show.
This tent directly behind the big top houses all of Le Cirque Noir's performing animals (not including the horses, which are kept in stalls on the train). Performers must pass through this tent to reach the back doors of the big top, so right before the spec this tent is always full of activity.
This small village of individual tents that house our freaks and sideshow attractions sits on the lot opposite the big top. An individual fee must be paid to see each of these bewildering spectacles. But be warned, the sights you may see upon entering these tents are not for the faint of heart.
By paying a little extra cash, you can get escorted back to this small, seemingly unassuming tent near the rear of the lot. Once inside, you'll find tables and chairs surrounding a dimly lit stage where our beautiful burlesque girls are sure to put on a show like you've never seen before.
This wide tent, complete with long, cafeteria-like tables and benches, is where all food is served. When the flag is raised over the cookhouse, everyone drops whatever they're doing to come grab a bite. In fact, meal time may be the only time when every member of Le Cirque Noir are in the same place at once.
Complete with showers, trunks and wardrobes full of costumes, as well as large mirrors with tables of makeup and hair products, a performer can find everything here they need to get ready for the show. There's even a special tent dedicated to the clowns, nicknamed "Clown Alley".
This tent, which sits in close proximity to the cooch tent, is where all members of the circus come to smoke, drink, and gamble. Hey, can you blame them for wanting to blow off some steam after a hard days work?
With it's legendary coal black cars, Le Cirque Noir's train rests on an abandoned stretch of railroad just at the edge of the lot. Every member of the show's sleeping quarters are located here, starting at the front of the train with the Directors' extravagant living quarters, going all the way back to the worker's dank, bunk-style sleeping cars. Also, stalls of both the ring and baggage stock horses are kept at the back of the train along with extra storage cars.
If there's a specific location you have in mind that isn't listed above, you can post your thread here. But remember, all members of Le Cirque aren't able to wander too far away from the actual lot, so your options are kind of limited. However, you can also use this forum to post threads that have happened in the past, even threads that will happen in the future, or just pure alternate reality threads altogether.
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