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The Florida State University "Flying High" Circus

The Florida State University "Flying High" Circus

Founded in 1947 by Jack Haskin, the Florida State University “Flying High” Circus is an extra-curricular activity under the Division of Student Affairs. This program was created to provide an activity men and women could participate in together when FSU became a co-ed institution.

Rivaling a professional circus, the FSU Circus is primarily an aerial and stage presentation with three rings of spellbinding entertainment for everyone. “Flying High” has no animal acts. Student performers rig all of their own equipment, sew their own costumes, produce lights and sound for performances, and set up the Big Top tent on campus.

The Florida State University Circus  performs three show series series a year, and hosts a summer recreation program (Flying High Circus Camp) for children ages 7-17, all under our iconic Big Top on the FSU campus.

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