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CIRCUS

Circus and the Art of the Amazing

  • Aired: 10/04/2010
  • 02:27
  • Rating: NR
Circus Historian and Curator of circopedia.org Dominique Jando has a great appreciation for the circus as an an honest, tangible art form. In this excerpt from an interview shot for the CIRCUS series, he explains that the circus showcases ordinary people doing extraordinary things.
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Historian Dominique Jando explains why the circus is an important part of our culture.
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