One relationship. Infinite possibilities
"Imagine rolling the dice 6,000 times.” That’s the central conceit — and probably the most telling line — in Constellations, playwright Nick Payne’s two-character study in ‘what ifs.’ The show, which debuted in London in 2012, then moved to Broadway in 2015, compresses a lifetime of joy, anguish and alternate paths into a fleet, satisfying 80 minutes.
Cygnet is delighted to introduce Marissa Rowell as Marianne & Damian Schedler Cruz as Roland in Ed Hulme’s new production of this dazzling play about free will and friendship, quantum multiverse theory, love and honey.
“Listen to me please. The basic laws of physics don’t have a past and a present. Time is irrelevant at the level of atoms and molecules. It’s symmetrical. We have all the time we’ve
always had. You’ll still have all our time.”
Nick Payne’s “Astonishingly fine new play” (The Independent 2012) is laced with humour, pathos and drama. (Best Play 2012 Evening Standard Awards)