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Day and Date — When two circuses are in the same town simultaneously.
See Dining and Show Events for additional details.
First he stuck his hand into the overflowing toilet bowl and unclogged the drain, then he tackled the fuses.
Also "Oil Spotted," the moment when there's just you and the oily stains where the bus used to be.
Top — Tent technically refers only to the overhead canopy, the sidewalls being a separate item.
Growing up, Kim often saw random spirits in her bedroom and sometimes felt their presence, walking home with her from school.
Bulls — Elephants whether male or female.
An entertaining glimpse into the lifestyles of the rich and famous.
Mechanic — S afety harness used in practice sessions by flyers, trampoline, bareback riders, high wire, perch acts, and tumblers.
Cattle Guard — A set of low seats placed in front of the general admission seats to accommodate overflow audiences.
Papering the House — Giving away free tickets to fill up the audience, to give the impression that the public is anxious to see your show.
Runs — Ramps to load and unload wagons at the railroad cars.
Often played for laughs, it is very dangerous to perform.
Dog and Pony Show — A dismissive term for a very small circus.
Wild 'N Out Winter Break:
Can be placed in any orientation: