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A man, a woman and a jacket

A couple with only one jacket. Their mutual desire for the jacket turns into a surprising acrobatic game. Their playfulness and fun will drive you into a little world of their own.

"The fun is in the manner in which each takes it from the other. It is both cute and thankfully ceaselessly clever and always amusing."

-Spectacle Magazine

Biographies

Laurie Marchand

Laurie Marchand
In 2011, she arrived from Gatineau and was accepted into the professional training program PROGRAM AT ÉCOLE DE CIRQUE DE QUÉBEC FROM WHERE SHE GRADUATED IN 2015. She brought along with her years of training as a competitive gymnast and dancer.

Duo Tux

Duo Tux
In 2011, Laurie and Terrance started school at École de cirque de Québec, both as solo acrobats. They helped each other create solo numbers and quickly realized that they loved working together. One thing led to another and their first presentation ended up being as a duo. Duo Tux was born. They like to challenge themselves, so they expanded into a trio... With an object. The most challenging one that they tried was a jacket. It stayed forever.

Terrance Robinson

Terrance Robinson
Terrance started performing seven years ago in St. Louis, Missouri with Circus Harmony. He is a GENERALIST ACROBAT THAT GRADUATED FROM ÉCOLE DE CIRQUE DE QUÉBEC IN JUNE 2015.

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