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24 de setembre de 2011
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Circ al Castell de Montjuïc comença a mig gas per la pluja

La pluja ha destarotat els plans de la primera jornada del Circ al Castell de Montjuïc i ha obligat a suspendre totes les actuacións del matí excepte les dels pallassos rusos Licedei i el combinat de circ, que s’han celebrat a l’interior de la carpa del Circo Italiano instal·lada al fossar del castell i que s’ha omplert com un ou malgrat les incomoditats de pujar a la muntanya amb mal temps. Els qui hi han anat, però, han xalat de valent amb combinat de circ d’un altíssim nivel tècnic. El malabarista ucraïnès Alexandr Koblykov, que treballa amb 10 pilotes a l’aire, la parella d’acròbates Sergei Popov i Nicolas Scherbhak, i l’equilibrista alemany Danilo Maler han estat els més destacats d’un programa de circ de luxe. A qui li agradi el circ que no s’ho pensi dues vegades i hi vagi amb temps per fer una mica de cua. Diumenge 25 desetembre es presenten tres funcions més. A la imatge, els pallassos de Sant Peterburg Licedei durant un moment de la seva actuació, ahir dissabte.  


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  1. The ground floor is full of gambling tables, like all the other casinos . . . but the place is about four stories high, in the style of a circus tent, and all manner of strange County-Fair/Polish Carnival madness is going on up in this space. 
  2. The form of the carceres, or starting gates, appears to have been standardised throughout the Roman world. The similarity in form among the carceres of circuses of many different sizes suggests that carceres were constructed according to a series of proportional mathematical relationships or formulas.
  3. It is motivated by the irreversible development of a visual thought more and more present in different domains of scientifically knowledge, industrial production and visual creation, as well the practical, industrial and cultural innovations of communication.
  4. The money Greenman Brothers were forced to pay out to upgrade the Circus World stores after paying to purchase the chain, plus the money they lost liquidating unsaleable merchandise, resulted in less operating capital to purchase merchandise for the 1986 Christmas selling season.
  5. An 1000+ seat arena was also built featuring daily circus performances that included live tiger, elephant, equestrian, trapeze and acrobatic acts, as well as clowns and a live band. The Showcase part was eventually dropped, making the park “Circus World. Other live shows were added including a wild West rodeo that performed daily in a customized outdoor rodeo arena.
  6. Some circuses stayed afloat by merging with other circus companies. However a good number of old-fashioned travelling circuses with their usual mixture of acrobat, clown and animal acts are still active in various parts of the world ranging from small family enterprises on the edge of survival to the three ring extravaganzas.
  7. However, a different working group under the UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, having reviewed information from experts representing both the circus industry and animal welfare, found an absence of scientific evidence sufficient to demonstrate that travelling circuses are not compatible with meeting the welfare needs of any type of non-domesticated animal presently being used in the United Kingdom.
  8. A Tiger Walks a Disney film about a tiger that escapes from the circus and Circus World starring John Wayne. In the film Jungle Emperor Leo, Leo’s son, Lune, is A Tiger Walks a Disney film about a tiger that escapes from the circus and Circus World starring John Wayne. In the film Jungle Emperor Leo, Leo’s son, Lune, is captured and placed in a circus, which burns down when a tiger knocks down a ring of fire while jumping through it.
  9. The circus has also inspired many writers. Numerous books, both non-fiction and fiction, have been published about circus life. Notable examples of circus-based fiction include Circus Humberto by Eduard Bass, Cirque Du Freak by Darren Shan, and Spangle by Gary Jennings.
  10. Traditionally, there are three basic types of clowns that appear in the circus: the whiteface, the auguste and the character. Nowadays a fourth type, the tramp or hobo clown, is often recognized separately, even though, technically, it should be considered as another character clown.
  11. Circus skills are a group of pursuits that have been performed as entertainment in circus, sideshow, busking or variety, vaudeville,music hall shows. Most circus skills are still being performed today. Many are also practised by non-performers as a hobby. 
  12. While Dan Rice’s talking and singing clown was taking America by storm, a new type of clown was emerging on the British pantomime stage, one that would have a more lasting influence on contemporary American circus clowning.
  13. A circus often travels with its own band, whose instrumentation in the United States has traditionally included brass instruments, drums, glockenspiel, and sometimes the distinctive sound of the calliope. 
  14. This is the setting of the circus freaks. The music featured here is a mischievous style circus band music. This map is last on the map selection screen, preceded by Site. The level has no time period listed or a corresponding Storylevel, but modern buildings, such as skyscrapers and houses, can be seen in the distance, suggesting that it is set at the present date.
  15. Each show is a synthesis of circus styles from around the world, with its own central theme and storyline. They draw the audience into the performance through continuous live music, with performers rather than stagehands changing the props
  16. Feld stated that these practices are necessary to protect circus workers. Feld also acknowledged that an elephant trainer was reprimanded for using an electric shock device, known as a hot shot or electric prod, on an elephant, which Feld also stated was appropriate practice. Feld denied that any of these practices harm elephants.
  17. For aesthetic or economic reasons, contemporary circus productions may be staged in theaters rather than in large outdoor tents. Music used in the production is often composed exclusively for that production, and aesthetic influences are drawn as much from contemporary culture as from circus history.  

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