Kosher for Passover circus

Ringling Bros and Barnum and Bailey threw a Kosher-for-Passover circus at Madison Square Gardens for 19,000 orthodox Jews, selling bun-less hot-dogs and hiding the female performers.

The Greatest Show on Earth had its ethnic flourishes. The band started the afternoon by playing "Dayenu," a rousing song at the Passover Seder that children love. And David Larible, the master clown they call the Prince of Laughter, wore a yarmulke to perform a miracle that more than one youngster must have thought was right up there with the parting of the Red Sea and the Ten Plagues: he turned another performer into a goat for several heart-stopping seconds.


(Thanks, Rose!)