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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.
With sold-out seasons across the globe – 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
Production Patrons: Michael Adena & Joanne Daly
FREE PRE-SHOW EVENT
In Conversation: The Multiverse with Prof. Joe Hope
Sunday 23 July 3pm
Caroline Stacey, Artistic Director of The Street, talks to Joe Hope, professor of theoretical physics at the Australian National University, where he is the Deputy Director of Education in the Research School of Physics and Engineering. Each year, he explains Everett’s interpretation of quantum mechanics, often called the many-universe theory, to a new batch of honours students. Suitably motivated by persistent questions, he occasionally attempts to replicate this at particularly interesting parties. Hope is ready to answer your questions about our elegant universe.
This is a free event, but places are limited! RSVP here with your name, contact number and how many people will be attending, or call the Box Office on 62471223 between 10am-3pm, Monday to Friday.
A STREET PRODUCED CONTEMPORARY DRAMA
BY NICK PAYNE
FRIDAY 14TH JULY, 7:30PM (PREVIEW)
SATURDAY 15TH JULY, 7:30PM
WEDNESDAY 19TH - SATURDAY 22ND JULY, 7:30PM
SUNDAY 23RD JULY, 4PM
WEDNESDAY 26TH JULY - SATURDAY 29TH JULY, 7:30PM
GROUP 4+ $39
*MIDWEEK SPECIAL $37 - WEDNESDAYS AND THURSDAYS*
*30 UNDER 30 TICKETS AVAILABLE*
STREET ONE | RESERVED | 80 MINUTES, NO INTERVAL