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125th Anniversary of Lazar Dobrich

125th Anniversary of Lazar Dobrich

6/23/2006 1:10:54 PM

Lazar Dobrich was born on June 23, 1921. He is a famous Bulgarian circus artist, teacher and producer. He became famous in 1905 by introducing a very dangerous performance – the so-called Trapeze of Death during a show of Berlin Circus Schumann. This performance is his own idea and later on it is largely accepted and performed. Altogether with his brother – Alexander Dobrich and K. Mihaylov, Lazar Dobrich established Royal-Dobrich Circus (1933 - 1948). Later he becomes a manager of Rodina Circus – which was the nationalized circus R?yal-Dobrich and a chief director of Bulgarian Circuses Department (1956 - 1961). Lazar Dorbrich died in 2003.

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