Audiences around the world have cheered and rejoiced at the impossible antics of the robotic mime and other lovable characters.

Their characters are dumb, talkative, exuberant, roguish and always funny.

Paradox and Parodie


Excellent improvisers, Paradox and Parodie impress with their robotic mime and their irresistible antics.

Versatile, they can entertain line-ups, perform on inside or outside stages and practically anywhere on the grounds. Their ability to include the audience’s reactions in the show always succeeds in causing great bursts of laughter.

The Music Box

Casimir is a proud soldier who is on charge of security on the grounds. Unfortunately, he is a little confused and cowardly to the amusement of everyone.

Behind the grace and elegance of Isadora lies a determined and strong woman. This mechanical doll is sort of the bodyguard of Casimir.

Dive in the past to meet these magical characters of this ancient musical box of long time gone.


Charlie & Edna

Charlie and his companion Edna seem to walk straight out of a old black and white movie.

The public travels back in time with the way the characters act and move in their stylized costumes. Everyone recognizes and discover this extraordinary clown, one of the greatest, Charlie Chaplin.

Mr. & Mrs. Soup

A couple of cooks are walking around the food court. There’s Mr. Soup who never cooks because he doesn’t want to stain his chef’s uniform. He only wears it for the look. He is accompanied by Mrs. Soup, Professional Taster. Her facial expressions as she tastes are hilarious. Sometimes thin-skinned but always nice, they will surprise and make passer-bys laugh.

The Newlyweds

are exuberant, completely crazy and very happy that everyone has accepted their invitation. Actually, they have not exchanged vows yet. They walk the site looking for a church or city hall to celebrate their marriage. This very funny strolling act is very interactive with the public.

Family Show

paradox-parodieClowns, mimes, robots?

They are all that in this show where we meet: a basketball athlete who dribbles like crazy, a suitcase that seems to have a mind of its own, comical characters in the tradition of Charlie Chaplin and Mr. Bean.

Excellent improvisers, their ability to include the public’s reactions in the show always succeeds in causing great bursts of laughter.

Both characters, in spite of their differences, always end up as friends again.

When Paradox the Robot, with impressive mechanical movements, invites the children to participate in the show, it’s a funny human robot that he reveals to us!

The show ends with a human size Musical Box. Come and meet Casimir, the wooden soldier, and Isadora, the mechanical doll. Music, song, mime and comedy are at this “rendez-vous”.


  • World Fair of Taejon, South Korea, Canada Pavilion
  • Just for Laughs Festival, Montréal
  • Grand rire bleu, Québec City
  • Fou rire bleu, Sherbrooke
  • Québec City International Summer Festival
  • Montréal International Jazz Festival
  • Cirque du Soleil Pre-Show, Québec City Coliseum
  • Foire international des francophonies d’Avignon, France
  • Fêtes de la mer, Saint-Nazaire, France
  • Canada Day, V.I.P. reception, Parliament Hill, Ottawa
  • NWOLC, a Théâtre de l’Aubergine Production, Tarrèga Festival, Spain
  • Café-Théâtre la Soupape, Bruxelles, Belgium
  • Casino du Lac-Leamy Sound of Light, Hull
  • 300th anniversary of the city of Montréal
  • Maison du Québec, Saint-Malo, France
  • International Children’s Festivals, Ottawa, London, Mississauga, Winnipeg, Regina
  • Les Mediévales, Québec City
  • The Music Box, Québec Celebrates Christmas, Québec City
  • Expo-Québec, Québec City
  • Musée de la civilisation, Québec City
  • Les Grands feux Loto-Québec, Québec City
  • Festival de montgolfières de Gatineau
  • Festival de montgolfières de Saint-Jean-Chrysostome
  • Mondiale des amuseurs publics, Cap-de-la-Madeleine
  • Carnaval de Québec, Québec City
  • Festival franco-ontarien, Ottawa and Hull


Press and testimonies

“Their performance always seduces on account of the sensitivity of their imaginary.”

— Québec City International Summer Festival

“Both as individual artists and as a duo, André and Lucie were constantly creating innovative ideas and performances that always left a lasting impression with their audience.”

— Taejon World Fair, South Korea

“These two mimes present a unique act worldwide by its originality.”

— Le Provençale, France

“They enthralled the public with their imaginative and interactive mime program. The children, and fascinated adults, become an integral and vital part of the performance.”

— Ottawa International Children’s Festival

“Good show! Bravo! The children really laughed.”

“It was very funny, as much for the children as for us.”

“The children always like to take part and to be actors in this kind of event.”

— Teachers of St-André School, Commission scolaire de Saint-Hyacinthe

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