Circus Dictionary

Head Trapeze


An aerial act in which the performer balances upside down with their head on the trapeze bar, while swinging on the trapeze. The trapeze is supported by wire cables rather than ropes, and the apparatus will often be lifted and lowered during the act. Also known as Washington Trapeze.



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