Aurélia Thierrée in Aurélia's Oratorio
(© Richard Haughton)
Aurélia Thierrée in Aurélia's Oratorio
(© Richard Haughton)
Berkeley Repertory Theatre has announced a one week extension of its engagement of Aurélia's Oratorio, starring Aurélia Thierrée, conceived and directed by the performer's mother, Victoria Thierrée Chaplin. The show, presented in the Roda Theatre, will now run through January 31.

This family-friendly work presents a topsy-turvy world of surreal surprises, tricks, and transformations, where dreams come to life and the impossible happens before your very eyes. The cast also includes Jaime Martinez.

The creative team includes Victoria Thierrée Chaplin (sound and stage design), Laura de Bernadis and Philippe Lacombe (lighting design), and Victoria Thierrée Chaplin, Jacques Perdiguez, Veronique Grand, and Monika Schwarzl (costume design).

The granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin, Aurélia Thierrée has been performing on stage since early childhood alongside her parents, who were the creators of the famous Cirque Imaginaire and Cirque Invisible.

For more information, visit berkeleyrep.org.