Constellations (2020)

Constellations Nick Payne Constellations One relationship Infinite possibilities Let s go for a drink I don t know what I m doing here anyway One drink And if you never want to see me again you never have to see me again Nick Payne s Constel
  • Title: Constellations
  • Author: Nick Payne
  • ISBN: 9780571289073
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback
Constellations Nick Payne One relationship Infinite possibilities Let s go for a drink I don t know what I m doing here anyway One drink And if you never want to see me again you never have to see me again Nick Payne s Constellations is a play about free will and friendship it s about quantum multiverse theory, love and honey Constellations premiered at the Theatre Upstairs at the RoyOne relationship Infinite possibilities Let s go for a drink I don t know what I m doing here anyway One drink And if you never want to see me again you never have to see me again Nick Payne s Constellations is a play about free will and friendship it s about quantum multiverse theory, love and honey Constellations premiered at the Theatre Upstairs at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in January 2012.
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  1. KamRun

    In the quantum multiverse, every choice, every decision you ve ever and never made exists in an unimaginably vast ensemble of parallel universes Listen to me, listen to me The basic laws of physics the b basic laws of physics don t have a past and a present Time is irrelevant at the level of a atoms and molecules It s symmetricalWe have all the time we ve always had.You ll still have all our time.Once IOnceOnceThere s not going to be any or less of it.Once I m gone 95 95

  2. Christa L

    I didn t like this anywhere near as much as I thought I would In theory it s a great idea and the structure is interesting but in practice I didn t like the characters too much and reading similar dialogue across time lines was a bit dull Id like to see it on stage but couldn t imagine it well enough to understand the writing.

  3. Shawn

    What an amazingly great play Combining a person s struggles with cancer and the multiverse theory, this is an extraordinary play that will boggle your mind as much as it tickles your fancy Loved it.

  4. Margaret

    I saw a review of the New York City production of this play, and since I can t travel to New York City right now or back in time to see the original London production I figured the next best thing would be to read the play All four actors who have played these two characters are ones I really like, so I figured I could visualize it fairly well I love this play There are all sorts of tangents, different possibilities a story can take, and this play explores them Roland raises bees, Marianne is a [...]

  5. Harry McDonald

    Any play that starts with the words an indented rule indicates a change in universe is worth your time.Saw the play on tour, then read the play a few days later, which is not something I normally do so soon after already experiencing the play, but I was so moved and astonished by Nick Payne s piece that I felt I had to read it.The concept is as complicated as it is simple the relationship between two people in many different universes Roland is a beekeeper, Marianne is a physicist Hilarity and h [...]

  6. Valerie

    I wanted than this play gave me The concept was so interesting, but it fell flat I m sure this is one that would be much better to see than read.

  7. Rich Silvers

    I read this after seeing the Broadway play I find the concept of how a single sentence could change the entire trajectory of relationship fascinating.

  8. Greta

    Do you know why it s impossible to lick the tips of your elbows They hold the secret to immortality, so if you could lick them, there s a chance you d be able to live forever But if everyone did it, if everyone could actually lick the tips of their elbows, then there d be chaos Because you can t just go on living and living and living.

  9. Dorottya

    This is the first step on a long road for me to dwelve into the wonders of really contemporary British plays And I m glad I could start out with something like Constellations I loved it I loved the whole what could happen in alternate universes with the same two people theme, and I loved the dialogue Fresh, fun, but also deep and really credible Overall, it gets a big thumbs up from me.

  10. Shaunt

    Poignant account the human condition in the context of romantic relationships, as presented as a series of extra temporal alternate realities, complete with the bells and whistles of quantum mechanics concepts This one really tugs on the heartstrings.

  11. Alonso

    Great play about the possibilities of the universe through a love story I d love to see it staged as I ve never seen this text being performed and I think it offers a lot of possibilities to be represented

  12. Colin Cox

    Nick Payne s Constellations is not what it seems At first glance, Constellations appears to simply appropriate a narrative convention that comic books in particular superhero comic books have utilized for years the multiverse Similiar to multiverse comic book arcs, Constellations shows Marianne and Roland s relationship from a seemingly endless collection of unidentified universes that superficially appear like our own Their relationship addresses the iterative and repetitive nature that many re [...]

  13. Derek Dewitt

    The first thing is that so many people keep talking about how totally new this structure is Except, it isn t David Ives wrote the mini play Sure Thing in 1988 and published in in 1994, and then there s the film Groundhog Day , which was 1993 So, no not a totally new structural concept.And while a lot of the press seems to focus on the structure and the science bits, really this is a story of two people, and all the possibilities people encounter and even carry within themselves That s the streng [...]

  14. Jeff

    This is a beautiful and fascinating play that takes a single romantic relationship and fractures it across a series of parallel universes, each with its own twists and outcomes I really enjoyed it, but, even though I can sense just how good this could be on stage in the right hands, it is a little flat on the page.

  15. Justin

    A beautifully haunting two person play exploring a relationship unfolding in many, many different possible universes It sounds cheesy, and it is a bit , but it is so compellingly rendered as to force thought and emotion from any theatre goer.

  16. Colinda

    GreatFantastic idea, albeit sometimes anticipated, Nick Payne shows the charm in the word that changes worlds parallels.A great illustration of Machiavelli s Fortuna and Virt , using the couple as model.

  17. Jordan Zauha

    Excellent narrative with a unique storytelling twist If you re a fan of the movie The Prestige, you will love this love story.

  18. Rebecca

    Got to see this at the Geffen in Los Angeles with Allen Leech and Ginnifer Goodwin Loved seeing it performed so it was a real treat to get to read the play as well Masterfully written

  19. Oliver

    I am lucky enough to perform this play at University It is a great play in construction and possibility.

  20. Kaki Clements

    Maybe quantum physics is over my head, maybe you just have to see this one live, but I can t seem to understand why this is the most produced play in the US Not a stunner.

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