Constellations - Kansas City Repertory Theatre

Constellations

Mar 3 - Apr 2 at Copaken Stage

If you could hit rewind on a relationship, you might discover the nuances of choice and destiny, and how the two intersect. This spellbinding, heartbreaking love story removes the boundaries of time and space, delving into the infinite possibilities of a couple’s relationship to reveal how the slightest change in conversation might send you down an entirely different path.  The scene re-sets again and again, in a fascinating look at love and life from one parallel universe to the next.

 

Adult content and language. Appropriate for ages 16+

Directed by
ERIC ROSEN Written By
NICK PAYNE Sponsored by H&R Block Michael Henry and Terry Anderson

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at Copaken Stage

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Meet the Cast & Company

About the writer

Nick Payne

Nick Payne is a playwright who won the George Devine Award in 2009 for his play "If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet." Payne studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama and the University of York. He made his debut in 2010 with his play "Wanderlust." He is currently on commission at the Royal Court and Manhattan Theatre writing a new play about Nobel Prize winning mathematician Paul Dirac. He has also written an adaption of Julian Barnes’s "The Sense of an Ending" for BBC Films, to premiere in late 2016.

Bree Elrod

KC Rep: A Christmas Carol, Fire in Dreamland, Roof of the World (World Premieres). Local: A Streetcar Named Desire (Kansas

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Marianne

Bree Elrod on Marianne: “Marianne is a fiercely intelligent, gloriously strong willed, and incredibly vibrant woman. It has been both

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Tuc Watkins

KC Rep: debut. New York: White’s Lies (with Betty Buckley, New World Stage); Fortune’s Fools (Cherry Lane Theatre). Film: Retake,

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"A phenomenal, profoundly affecting evening of theater which will stay with you long after the curtain falls."
"A smart, complex, play."
"Bree Elrod and Tuc Watkins are powerful!"
"Elrod gives a deeply human performance – breathtaking!"

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