Françoise Lépine

This multidisciplinary artist and graduate from the Conservatoire de Musique de Rimouski in cello was introduced to street art as a teenager. In 2007, Francoise created her street theater company with her sister Josette, and it has led her to perform in many national and international festivals. This young lady with multiple interests also completed a theoretical master's degree in physics in 2009, once again alongside her twin sister. This experience has nourished her creations, which always attempt to stimulate the left part of the brain as much as the right, consciousness as much as unconsciousness, and logic as much as the imagination.

Josette Lépine

Josette Lépine walked on the stage for the first time as a pianist at the Conservatoire de Musique de Rimouski. After her studies, she became an accordion player. The versatility of this instrument allowed her to work with all kinds of artists and actors, and she was initiated to the street arts in 2001 at the age of nineteen. She is interested in art in all of its forms and has followed many courses in dance, physical theater and circus, including at the École de Cirque de Québec. Over the years, Josette has integrated other performing arts to her music and has created her own multidisciplinary acts that feature playful and enveloping atmospheres. Both the theme of twinship and interactivity are key to her creative process.