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Constellations

March 8, 2017 - March 25, 2017

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Neighbour Constellations

Designed by Alison Neighbour
Directed by Bruce Guthrie
Written by Nick Payne

The most sophisticated date play Broadway has seen” – The New York Times

Do you believe in parallel universes?
Would you love the same person in a parallel world?

A love story set in the landscape of string theory, Constellations by Nick Payne defies the world as we know it.  Join Marianne and Roland on their spellbinding romance that repeats over a course of vignettes. One a physicist, the other a beekeeper, their lives play out in an infinite number of realities. Watch how their relationship moves along different trajectories in a multiverse that spans time and space.

Constellations stars London’s Edward Harrison and Stephanie Street, directed by Bruce Guthrie. After sold out seasons on Broadway and on London’s West End, don’t miss Constellations’ premiere in Singapore!

Singapopore entertainment blog The Smart Local, said:
‘Constellations isn’t only for quantum physicists or cosmologists – it’s for everyone. Whether you’re a hopeless romantic or a logical thinker, this play is about speculating different versions of our current reality. Although based on a scientific notion, Constellations reaches out to anyone and everyone through sheer emotion, without drowning you in scientific jargon.

Using the universal language of human emotion, Constellations investigates the possibility of infinite variations of one’s life co-existing in parallel universes.

After experiencing a rollercoaster of emotions within the span of 70 minutes, you will leave the theatre contemplating things like how your life would have been different if you had or hadn’t rejected that guy/girl – or whether your reality is truly a reality or a mere illusion of reality.’

Venue

Singapore Repertory Theatre
20 Merbau Road
Singapore, 239035 Singapore
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Website:
http://www.srt.com.sg/

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