From a young age, Célia has been passionate about the performing arts. When she arrived in Quebec, she left her career as a lawyer to devote herself professionally to the theater. She had previously studied at the drama conservatory of the 9th arrondissement in Paris and later completed her training in Montreal with Danielle Fichaud. She also participated in several workshops in improvisation, singing and writing.
In 2017, she founded the company Minuit moins une Théâtre. The first show she created with her team won the 2017-2018 Parcours scene competition and was presented as part of the Vue sur la Relève Festival. In 2018, she participated in the workshops on diversity organized by Lorraine Pintal, director of the Théâtre du Nouveau Monde. In 2019 Célia joined the Jeune Troupe of the Théâtre de Quat’Sous, directed first by Mani Soleymanlou and then by Jérémie Niel. During 2020, due to the pandemic, the Troupe pivoted to presenting video clips. Célia chose to share a text from the “Remarquables oubliées” and juxtaposed her own story from the perspective of a newcomer to Quebec in 1680. In 2021, she is part of the production “A few tiny lives” directed by Jérémie Niel and presented at the Théâtre de Quat’Sous.