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  • ...cus Arts. Its enormous success soon put the school in the shadows, and the circus took over as the principal activity of the organization. It became one of t ...’s prestigious Lincoln Center for The Performing Arts. The new Big Apple Circus quickly abandoned its spring-summer tours of the northeast United States an
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  • ...tavrakis in a short-distance comedy flying act created for the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Grandma Goes West'' (1989). [[Category:Video Archive|Big Apple Circus]]
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  • Promotional teaser for the Big Apple Circus's presentation of Circus-Theater Roncalli at Lincoln Center (2023) * Circuses: [[Big Apple Circus]], [[Circus Roncalli]]
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  • ...Pedro and Juan began performing a trapeze act. Pedro later joined another circus, Circo Alegría, where he met—and later married—a French acroba * [[Cedric Walker]], Circus Owner
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  • Olga & Vladimir Smirnov, quick-change act, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Metamorphosis'' (2014)
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  • ...in October 2007, Dominique Jando interviewed Kris Kremo at the [[Big Apple Circus]]. (The acrobats practicing in the background are the members of the [[Kovg
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  • ...e and animal training by [[John Gindl]], who was at the time Billy Smart's Circus's head trainer. ...a BBC Holiday special that aired for several years after the Billy Smart's Circus had ceased touring.
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  • ...he learned various circus disciplines, which he then performed with other circus kids in amateur shows. His father soon began to train him as a juggler, dis ...career in 1975. He signed his first circus season with Blackpool's [[Tower Circus]] in England. His success was immediate, and he embarked upon a brilliant i
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  • During [[Big Apple Circus]] performances at New York's Lincoln Center in October 2007, Dominique Jand
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  • ==Circus Websites== '''Eden Brothers''' Circus [http://www.edencircus.com/ www.edencircus.com]
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  • Susanna [[The Svensons|Svenson]], Ballerina on Horseback, Big Apple Circus, "Dreams of a City," 2002.
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  • Uzeyir Novruzov, free ladder, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Dreams of a City'' (2002).
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  • ...ailey]] in 2003-2004. Oleg's wife, Yana, also a graduate of Moscow's State Circus and Variety College, appeared with [[The Firebirds]]. ...d in Ankara, Turkey. In 2002, when they were featured with the [[Big Apple Circus]] in the United States, the troupe included Oleg Aniskin (principal catcher
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  • The Aniskin Troupe, trampoline act, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Dreams of a City'', 2002.
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  • ...ent that had settled in Italy, and was related to two other famous Italian circus families, [[The Canastrelli Family|Canestrelli]] and Larible. Gianni's uncl ...on. (Bernhard Paul, a great "discoverer" of clown talent, also launched at Circus Roncalli the careers of [[Pic]], [[Jean-Paul]], [[David Shiner]] and [[Pete
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  • Francesco, Musical Glasses, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Dreams of a City'' (2002).
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  • ...(today the [[Académie Fratellini]], one of the western world's very first circus schools, which [[Annie Fratellini]] had just opened in Paris in 1975. There ...rica, and Asia. He was invited twice to participate in the [[International Circus Festival of Monte-Carlo]], in 1990 (Tristan Rémy award) and 1996 (Junior J
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  • ...ith Lubin's beloved character. However, he would returned to the Big Apple Circus for an ultimate bow for its Lincoln Center revival season in 2017. ...nits. In 1977, he was invited to participate in the Fourth [[International Circus Festival of Monte-Carlo]], an experience that was not a success, but which
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  • ...seback, which won her the Dame du Cirque award at the 1989 [[International Circus Festival of Monte-Carlo]]. ...performed their acts all over Europe, notably at [[Circus Roncalli]] and [[Circus Krone]] in Germany and [[Cirkus Benneweis]] in Denmark, as well as on stage
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  • The Aniskin Troupe, Flying Trapeze, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Dreams of a City'' (2002).
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  • ...bruary 9, 1968 in St. Petersburg, Russia, to a family not related with the circus, Regina Dobrovitskaya started training in competitive gymnastics at the age ...ov and his troupe moved to the "Old Circus" on Tsvetnoy Boulevard (today [[Circus Nikulin]]) and made two acts out of one, which were directed by [[Natalia M
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  • ...the [[State College for Circus and Variety Arts (Moscow)|State College for Circus and Variety Arts]] in Moscow, where, under the tutelage of [[Tamara Babayan ...] from 1995-97, and appeared for the last time together at the [[Big Apple Circus]] in 1999, before parting ways.
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  • ...er, and Sacha Nevidonski, horse act with aerial tissu, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Dreams of a City'' (2002)
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  • ...since settled in the U.S., where she has been featured at the [[Big Apple Circus]] in 2002-03 and 2007-08. In 2010, she was the subject of a documentary fil ...[[Irina Markova BAC 2002 Video|Irina Markova, dog act]], in the Big Apple Circus production of ''Dreams of a City'' (2002)
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  • ...Denmark, to one of the circus world's oldest and most respected families. Circus lore attaches the Schumanns first to Berlin, then to Denmark. Although the ...rkus Schumann]], Katja made her first appearance in the ring of the family circus at age 10, as a ballerina on horseback. She subsequently worked in her fami
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  • ...teen, entered the [[Centre National des Arts du Cirque]], the French state circus college in Châlons-en-Champagne. There, he developed a hand-to-hand balanc ...n]] in Paris. They first performed their remarkable act at the [[Big Apple Circus]] in the U.S. in 1996-97 and returned there in 2000-01 for their farewell s
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  • ...And so, in 1997, Andrey joined the award-winning troupe and discovered the circus world—and he never looked back. ...and several animal acts with [[Jenny Vidbel]]. After leaving the Big Apple Circus at the end of its 2012-2013 season, Andrey moved to Las Vegas.
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  • ...cus Arts. Its enormous success soon put the school in the shadows, and the circus took over as the principal activity of the organization. It became one of t ...’s prestigious Lincoln Center for The Performing Arts. The new Big Apple Circus quickly abandoned its spring-summer tours of the northeast United States an
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  • [[Cong Tian]], Slack Wire Act, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Dreams of a City'' (2002).
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  • ...ndrey Mantchev, Valdis Yanovskis, Comedy Acrobatic Act, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Dreams of a City'' (2002).
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  • [[Irina Markova]], Dog Act, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Dreams of a City'' (2002).
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  • The Huesca Brothers, risley act, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Celebrate!'' (2007)
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  • Carlos Svenson], comedy high school act, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Dreams of a City'' (2002)
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  • Between [[Big Apple Circus]] performances, on May 4, 2008, Dominique Jando interviewed Fumagalli. ...Video 2007| Fumagalli and Davis, "Little Bee" entrée]], in the Big Apple Circus production of ''Celebrate'' (2007)
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  • Tunga, Mongolian Contortion, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of "Goin' Places" (1992)
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  • ==Juggler, Clown, Ringmaster, Circus Director== ...n after create the grassroots [[Pickle Family Circus]] and trigger the New Circus movement in the United States. Christensen and Pisoni, who had a comedy-jug
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  • ...mother, Angela, was born [[The Fossett Family|Fossett]], a legendary Irish circus dynasty. ...nneweis]] in Denmark, the [[Big Apple Circus]] in the United States, and [[Circus Knie]] in Switzerland. Sadly, their act was short-lived: in 2011, Giovanni
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  • The Flying Gaonas, flying trapeze, at the [[Big Apple Circus]] (1984).
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  • Roby Gasser, sea lion Act, at the [[Big Apple Circus]] (1984)
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  • The Carillo Brothers (Pedro Carillo and Luis Posso), High Wire, [[Big Apple Circus]], 1984.
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  • [[Fumagalli]] and Daris, Clowns: Little Bee Routine, [[Big Apple Circus]], ''Celebrate'', 2007.
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  • Kris Kremo, Juggling act, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Celebrate'' (2007)
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  • Fumagalli & Daris, table act, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Celebrate!'' (2007)
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  • Irina Markova, dog act, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Celebrate''(2007)
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  • The Kovgar Troupe, Jump Rope Act, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Celebrate'' (2007)
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  • Yelena Larkina, Hula-Hoops, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Celebrate'' (2007).
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  • ...he Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra in PBS Television's ''The Pops Join The Circus''. The Ringmaster is [[Paul Binder]] (1985).
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  • ..., Russian swing act, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''The First Circus in America''(1985)
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  • ...cobs]], Roman Rings, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''The First Circus in America'' (1985).
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  • ...on of a vaquero, Pedro Carrillo was born in 1947 in Colombia. He began his circus career as a roustabout in traveling circuses. In his spare time, he practic ...Show On Earth''. That same year, they participated in the [[International Circus Festival of Monte Carlo]], where they became a sensation and won a Silver C
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  • David Dimitri and Marie-Pierre Bénac, tght-wire act, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Carnevale and Mardi-Gras'' (1986)
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  • Denis Lacombe, "The Maestro" (Comedy Act), in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Carnaval and Mardi-Gras''(1986)
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  • Dynamotion Jugglers, juggling act, in the [[Big Apple Circus]] production of ''Carnival and Mardi-Gras'' (1986)
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