December 28, 2014

Zoppé Circus Legacy

In 1842 a French street performer named Napoline Zoppé fell in love with an equestrian ballerina and the founded the circus that still bears their name. Handed down from generation to generation, The Zoppé Family Circus continues to entertain audiences under an Old World circus tent, in one intimate ring.

Producer/Editor: Mitchell Riley
Videographers: Cooper James and Mitchell Riley
Sound Recordist: Eric Rawdin
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