Constellations tells the story of Roland, a beekeeper, and Marianne, a cosmologist, as their love story stretches over fifty different parallel universes, and their lives are pulled in various directions, sometimes towards each other, and sometimes away. As their love seems to always lead to the same conclusion, they are forced to ask themselves, how much of their lives do they really have under their control? And how much does that really matter? Is their love written in the stars, or is it just one possibility in an infinite multiverse?
Constellations performed on March 21 at 8pm in the Helms Theatre at the Drama Department.
Here are some photos from the performance: