The talented and disparate acts of Circus Circus take over the Carnoval Midway on a daily basis for free family entertainment. Acts include high end performance featuring skates, silks, trampolines, juggling, trapeze artistry, acrobatics and shows from the house clowns. The act schedules are not publically posted but vary regularly.
High−flying buffoons Die Maiers describe their trapeze and juggling act as “air/ground tomfoolery.” The pair, Sabine Maier and Joachim Mohr, met in 1987 and fell in love immediately. Together they studied circus−skills and performing arts at Ecole sans Filet in Brussels, and went on to perform their hilarious and athletic act at festivals and circuses and theater shows around the world.
Whilst the word Circus makes us think of clowns and elephants, the other side of that world is the death defying high-wire acts of the Aerial Performers. These amazing underwater images of performers were created by Los Angeles photographer Brett Stanley as part of a groundbreaking series of photographs showcasing various sports under the water. Brett's previous shots of Pole Dancers underwater received international attention, after going viral last year.