Andrew-Silow Carroll points me to one:

A man dressed in Chasidic regalia speeds in a go-cart around Moscow's one-ring Circus Nikulina. Aziz Askaryan then dismounts and leads two gangly orangutans -- one in a suit and kipah, the other in a full bridal gown -- on a lurching matrimonial march toward a hastily constructed chupah in front of a guffawing audience.

The mock Jewish wedding between two orangutans has been the closing number for weeks in Act I of the famed Moscow circus, whose theme is "Empire: A Magical Show with Bright National Flavor."