One relationship, every universe.
Constellations, a smart and stellar two-hander by playwright Nick Payne, explores life’s infinitely unique outcomes and the endless possibilities that could have been. Marianne, a theoretical physicist, and Roland, a beekeeper, meet via chance encounter at a party. They soon date, then break up – at least in this timeline. In another, they marry – or they go their separate ways as friends. Every choice and event that could occur in their relationship will take place in a parallel universe. As illness, infidelity, and identity crises thread themselves in and out of Roland and Marianne’s different lives, Constellations weaves a love story that stretches across the multiverse.
Id Circo Theatre Group celebrates stories that need to be expressed and experienced live on stage. A new Philadelphia-based performing arts collective, its inaugural production comes in September with this intimate play, exploring life’s infinite unique outcomes through an unforgettable relationship.
JUST THE FACTS:
What: Id Circo Theatre Group’s production of Nick Payne’s Constellations
When: Sept. 16 & 17, 2022
Where: The Cabaret at the Adrienne
Tickets: Pay What You Decide $5-$20
Appropriate for ages 13+
This performance contains one brief instance of violence; extended discussions of terminal illness, dying, and assisted suicide.
Health & Safety
Masks are required to attend this event. Audience members must wear masks for the duration of this performance. Vaccination cards will not be checked. Please plan accordingly.
Marianne: Seraina Schottland
Roland: Xavier McKinnon
Director: Nora Gair
Marketing: John Parkinson
About the Artist
The Id Circo Theatre Group celebrates stories that need to be expressed and experienced live on stage. It was founded in 2022 by director Nora Gair and actors Seraina Schottland and Xavier McKinnon to bring the shared narratives they love to light. Id Circo means “for this reason” while also speaking to the playful “id” and the real-world physical “circles” where all the best stories are told.