By Nick Payne
"A singular astonishment." ―John Lahr, The New Yorker
One courting. endless possibilities.
at first Marianne and Roland meet at a celebration. They opt for a drink, or maybe they do not. They fall head over heels in love and begin courting, yet finally they get a divorce. After an opportunity come upon in a grocery store they come back jointly, or even they run into one another and Marianne finds that she's now engaged to another person and that is that. or maybe Roland is engaged. might be they get married, or perhaps their time jointly can be tragically short.
Nick Payne's Constellations is a play approximately loose will and friendship; it is also approximately quantum multiverse concept, love, and honey.