Victoria Thierrée Chaplin directs Bells and Spells at Lyon’s Célestins theatre
A magical play
Aurélia Thierrée plays the protagonist, a kleptomaniac who is influenced by the things she steals. In the play, magic allows objects to have a life of their own, creating a mesmerising and spellbinding spectacle for the audience.
A play without logic and rationale
Bells and Spells is a play for enjoyment: there is no logic or reason. Thanks to the mirages and tricks, the audience will feel as if they are hallucinating.