Clown
A clown is a comic performer who employs slapstick or similar types of physical humour, often in a mime style. Clowns have a varied tradition with significant variations in costume and performance. Th...
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Coulrophobia
Coulrophobia is the fear of clowns, a type of specific phobia.
The term is of recent origin, probably dating from the 1980s, and according to one analyst, "has been coined more on the Internet tha...
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Rodeo clown
A rodeo clown, also known as a bullfighter (US/Canada) or rodeo protection athlete, is a rodeo performer who works in bull riding competitions. Originally, the rodeo clown was a single job combining ...
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Teza (gymnastics)
A Teza is one of several gymnastics moves introduced by French gymnast Elvire Teza in the 1990s, and subsequently named after her in the Code of Points.Most commonly, it refers to a variation of the ...
Clown bicycle
A clown bicycle or clown bike is a bicycle designed for comedic visual effect or stunt riding, typically by Circus clowns. It is sometimes called a circus bike.
Some clown bikes are also fixed ge...
Achille Zavatta
Achille Zavatta (May 6, 1915 – November 16, 1993) was a French clown, artist and circus operator.Achille Zavatta was born in La Goulette, Tunisia, the son of Federico Zavatta, a circus owner. He start...
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Clown Conservatory
The Clown Conservatory is a performing arts school in San Francisco, CA. The school began in 2000 with a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The current format, which was established i...
World Clown Association
The World Clown Association (WCA) is a worldwide organization for clowns Jugglers, Magicians, face painters, and clowning. It holds an annual convention, mainly in the United States.Herb Metz was the ...
Code of non-infringement
The Code of Non-Infringement (or "The Code") refers to the accepted business practice and custom among certain performance artists, particularly clowns, that an artist's unique performance attributes ...
Jaeger (uneven bars)
A Jaeger (or a Jaeger salto/somersault) is a very popular move on uneven bars in artistic gymnastics in which a gymnast swings backward in L-grip or reverse grip, and performs a front somersault, eith...
Bobèche (clown)
Antoine Mandelot, better known as Bobèche, was a French theatre clown, similar to a Merry Andrew, under the First Empire and the Restoration.He was the son of an upholsterer of the St. Antoine faubour...
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Motley
Motley refers to the traditional costume of the court jester, or the harlequin character in commedia dell'arte. The latter wears a patchwork of red, green and blue diamonds that is still a fashion mo...
Clown alley
The clown alley in a circus is a backstage area, usually very near the animal pens, where clowns change into their costumes and apply makeup. Generally, the clowns' personal props, costumes, and othe...
Harlequin
Harlequin (/ˈhɑrləˌkwɪn/; Italian: Arlecchino, French: Arlequin) is the most well known of the zanni or comic servant characters from the Italian Commedia dell'arte. Traditionally believed to ...
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Steel City Clown Brigade
The Steel City Clown Brigade is a ministry involved in evangelism and humor therapy. The Brigade was founded at the Steel Valley Corps of The Salvation Army in Homestead, Pennsylvania. The Brigade tra...
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Obnoxio the Clown
Obnoxio the Clown is a character in the Marvel Comics humor magazine Crazy.
Obnoxio was portrayed as a slovenly, vulgar, cigar-puffing middle-aged man in a torn and dirty clown suit, with a dyspep...