Alan Clancy came to Las Vegas in his early twenties after traveling the world as an acrobat from the age of 17, and then performing in Fredrick Apcar’s Casino de Paris production in Sydney, Australia. Blown away by the lights and lifestyle of the entertainment industry, he settled there and performed in many of the big Showgirl productions on the strip including Les Folies Bergere and Hallelujah Hollywood.
He was instrumental in the creation of Nevada Dance Theater under the direction of Vassili Sulich. His path of lighting up stages all of his life has led him through many different experiences over the years. Listen now to enjoy his long and varied career!
Mentioned on the show
Alan mentioned the movie he is currently working on. For more information on “The Lost Gospel” and his other projects, click the link below.
December 2020 Monthly Bonus episode
this bonus has the three men that shared their stories in December, Sal Angelica, Alan Clancy and Scott Barnard. Their careers spanned four decades between the three of them and they share the privilege they experienced being the supporting roles for Showgirls. Topics included are onstage mishaps, mistaken identities, working with Donn Arden and other producers and performing in burlesque shows. Enjoy!!
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