Universoul Performing Under Big Top in Miramar Not Your Traditional Circus
"People come here and it's not just a circus, it's an experience," Ed Haynes says
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"People come here and it's not just a circus, it's an experience," local coordinator Ed Haynes said of the Universoul traveling circus from Atlanta. Owner Cedric Walker and show co-host Zeke talked about Universoul.
By Sharon Lawson
Thursday, Feb 7, 2013
Prepare yourself for a thrill of a lifetime. The big top is taking center stage in Miramar with the Universoul traveling circus out of Atlanta.
The high-adrenaline, captivating and nerve-racking performances are keeping audiences on the edge of their seats.
"People come here and it's not just a circus, it's an experience," said local coordinator Ed Haynes.
An experience brought to life almost 20 years ago by concert and theater promoter Cedric Walker.
Walker is the first African American to own and operate a traveling circus.
"He goes around the world seeking out some of the most unique talent," said Zeke, the show's co-host. "Bringing them back to America, and we just have fun all over the world."