In her visual adaptation of the famous myth of Dracula, Yngvild Aspeli chooses to freely draw inspiration from the story of Bram Stoker to focus more particularly on women. The show thus focuses on the experience of the character of Lucy – and her fight against her inner demon embodied by Dracula, who then represents domination, dependence, addiction to a destructive force. A metaphor of control, both forced and desired, seductive and deceptive.
The audience embarks on an intimate and psychic journey, in this phantasmagorical universe that Lucy has built for herself, in which she has plunged and against which she fights.
creative team: director,Yngvild Aspeli, Actors-puppeteers, Pascale Blaison, Dominique Cattani, Yejin Choi, Sebastian Moya, Marina Simonova, Kyra Vandenenden, assistant directors, Thylda Barès, Aitor Sanz Juanes, music composer, Ane Marthe Sørlien Holen, puppet makers, Yngvild Aspeli, Manon Dublanc, Pascale Blaison, Elise Nicod, Sebastien Puech, set designer: Elisabeth Holager Lund, video designer: David Lejard-Ruffet, costume designer: Benjamin Moreau, light and stage technician: Emilie Nguyen, sound and video technician: Baptiste Coin , dramaturg: Pauline Thimonnier, production director and booking: Claire Costa, administration: Anne-Laure Doucet, producer: Noémie Jorez, tour booking: Claire Costa email@example.com coproductions: production : Plexus Polaire, coproduction : Puppentheater Halle (DE), Théâtre Dijon Bourgogne – CDN, with the support of: DRAC Bourgogne Franche Comté – Ministry of Culture, Bourgogne Franche Comté region, Kulturradet (NO), la Nef – Manufactures d’Utopies, Pantin, CENTQUATRE Paris, Théâtre des Quartiers d’Ivry – Val-de-Marne National Dramatic Center and Théâtre aux Mains Nues, Paris.