Convergence-Continuum Opens “Constellations,” a Two-Character Romantic Play

Fri 12/6-Sat 12/21

Constellations, which opens at convergence-continuum’s Liminis theater this weekend, revolves around the romantic relationship of beekeeper Roland and theoretical astronomer Marianne, with discussions of scientific ideas such as quantum mechanics, string theory and the idea of multiple universes pulling people’s lives in various directions,” as the characters explore their own place in the universe and their relationship with each other.

The play, by young British playwright Nick Payne, debuted in London in 2012 and ran on Broadway in 2015 with Jake Gyllenhaal in the role of Roland and British actress Ruth Wilson as Marianne. It opens at the Liminis this weekend and runs through Sat 12/21 with performances Thursday-Saturday. Tickets are $8-$20.


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