Gilles is the victim of a mysterious accident. He returns home from the hospital with his wife Lisa. He lost his memory.
Who is he?
And who is Lisa?
What was their life as a couple?
Starting from what she tells him, Gilles tries to rebuild his life.
But what if Lisa lied?
Is he just as she describes him?
And is she really his wife?
The two characters try to escape from meeting themselves, their real emotions and fears, but that’s not possible. The transparent, outlined scenography is a metaphor for their inability to hide.
Who should you believe?
Through the close dialogue and the continuous twists an unexpected truth makes its way. The observer finds himself constantly displaced. To increase this feeling, the stage set was reversed in the second act.
The colours white, black and red have been used for the good, the bad and the passion.
“Gilles, you’re lying to me!” – “So are you, Lisa.”
Tag: Theatre piece, Stage Design