Inspired by the movie Chocolat with Omar Sy. This is the story of the first black artist who became famous in France (proposed by the AMAR center) A clown, mime, dancer, chocolate, cuban slave becomes a star by mobilizing laughter to defend his dignity against colonial prejudices. His character inspires writers, advertisers, makers of games, toys and puppets. He is even filmed by the Lumières brothers and noticed by Toulouse-Lautrec who makes his portrait. This show is also a tribute to the first black artist on the French scene while recalling the early role played by the culture of African-American slaves in the live show in France, from cake walk to hip hop.