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Circus - Wikipedia


A circus is a company of performers that may include clowns, acrobats, trained animals, trapeze ... Contemporary circuses perform in a variety of venues including tents, theatres and casinos. .... F...

What is the main tent of a circus - Answers.com


A circus is a place of entertainment, stereotypically staged in a tent or arena. It is also the name of a 2008 song by Britney Spears. The name comes from the ...

Circus tent - definition of circus tent by The Free Dictionary

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Noun, 1. circus tent - a canvas tent to house the audience at a circus performance ; "he was afraid of a fire in the circus tent"; "they had the big top up in less than ...

Glossary of Circus Slang & Lingo~ | ~Water For Elephants - the Film


Jun 19, 2010 ... I thought it would be useful to have a glossary of Circus terms on the WFE film blog. ... Big Top ~ The main tent used for the performance. (A tent ...

Circus and Carnival Lingo and Slang - Circuses and Sideshows


Showpeople on circuses and carnivals have a special language. Don't be a ( First of ... Center Pole: The main poles (usually four), supporting a tent. The Largest ...

American Circus Lingo


Big Bertha or The Big One — Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Big Cats — Performing lions and tigers. Big Top — The main tent used for the ...

Setting Up the Tent - Circus Historical Society


Main page Circus Historical Society Membership ... How They Set Up the Big Circus Tent. From the ... The complete article contains more detail about the circus.

Cyber-Tent of Circus-Szalewski, actor


SIDESHOWS Booking Circus Souvenir Stand Curiosities (FAQ) shapeimage_2_link_0 shapeimage_2_link_1 shapeimage_2_link_2. SIDESHOWS Tickets Here ...

Big top | Define Big top at Dictionary.com


Big top definition, the largest or main tent of a circus. See more.

American Circus Anthology, History of Circus Tents


Main page Circus Historical Society Membership ... in temporary arenas that lasted until J. Purdy Brown went on the road with the first canvas circus tent in 1825.