Circus Center Trapeze
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Circus Center Trapeze information
Everyone's dreamed of running away and joining the circus, and you can finally indulge that fantasy at SF's nonprofit circus-arts school. Adults and kids learn everything from contortionist tricks to the flying trapeze (see website for class schedule). Serious pupils with red-rubber noses attend the school's Clown Conservatory, the only clown-training school in the US.