The acrobatic ensemble “Romantics” met with the warmest reception in all countries of the world. In the United States, artists were called “fantastic acrobats”, in Japan – “Typhoon”, in Germany – “space jumpers”, in Romania – “flying wizards”.
Newspapers in Australia, India, Yugoslavia, Hungary, the GDR, and Cuba gave them equally enthusiastic reviews.This troupe is headed by people’s artist of the RSFSR Vladimir Doveyko, who recently turned sixty.
…His grandfather was a trainer and clown, his grandmother and mother were jugglers, and his father was a tightrope Walker. At the age of seven, he worked in the troupe of” Arab “jumpers Chanyshev, in the final number, being on the top of the pyramid, a ringing voice, as he was taught, shouted:” Abragatsa!” Continue reading
Circus art is loved all over the world. Professional circus performers were famous in Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome and Byzantium.
Since time immemorial, circus artists have performed in Russia. And so it is natural that this art is reflected in fiction, painting, and cinema. They depict the circus on badges, matchbox labels, stamps and marked envelopes. Continue reading
Parody as a genre has recently become widespread. It became popular both in satirical literature and on the stage.
In the photo: Yu. NIKULIN and M. SHUIDIN perform the Reprise ” Log ” Dozens of satirical authors parody poets, ridicule individual unsuccessful and clumsy lines of poetry. Parodists-entertainers copy the voices and manner of performance of famous actors of drama, cinema and their colleagues on the stage. There is a parody in the circus arena. Continue reading