String theory, parallel universes and Sliding Doors moments set the scene for this quirky and charming romance of endless invention.
|When:||Saturday, July 15 2017 till Saturday, July 29 2017. 7:30 PM|
|Where:||The Street Theatre|
15 Childers Street, Canberra City West, ACT, 2601
|Topic:||Space and astronomy, Innovation and technology|
|Cost:||Tickets: $37-$45. Group bookings available.|
|Bookings:||02 6247 1223|
One relationship. Infinite possibilities. What if every choice you’ve ever made and never made, exists…
Marianne and Roland are polar opposites. A quantum physicist and a beekeeper. A big universe thinker and an everyday believer. String theory, parallel universes and Sliding Doors moments set the scene for this quirky and charming romance of endless invention.
Winner of the 2012 Harold Pinter Award, Nick Payne is among a handful of truly groundbreaking young playwrights in the English-speaking world. In Constellations he has crafted a work that catapults theatre into the future confronting our questions of choice, control and certainty, and the multiple possibilities within one relationship. Witty, fascinating and heartbreaking – this astonishing two-hander is an unmissable, universe shifting show that will challenge how you see life, and change how you live it.
‘Constellations’ was featured in the World Science Festival earlier this year, has had sold-out seasons across the globe, and now it’s Canberra’s turn to be delighted and moved by this ingenious, touching and intellectually searching work.
“The nearest I’ve come across in ages to a play that feels heaven-sent.” – The New York Times
“A funny ,tender and startlingly original work” – Daily Telegraph
Featuring Kristian Jenkins and Lexi Sekuless
Direction – Caroline Stacey
Set & Costume Design – Imogen Keen
Lighting Design – Owen Horton
Sound Design – Kyle Sheedy
Ketura BuddThe Street TheatreEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 0450 904 282
See more at:www.thestreet.org.au