“A tour-de-force for the actors, the play allows Etherton and Clark to show their virtuosity, and they make the most of it. The characters sweep from comic to tragic, confessional to argumentative, flippant to earnest, and Etherton and Clark nail the roles with barely a chance to take a breath.” Check out Larry Laneer’s review […]Read More Review of “Constellations” at IAO Gallery
The character of Roland in Nick Payne’s play Constellations is a beekeeper. A random and fascinating profession in that most of us don’t know any beekeepers, and yet if we saw one walking down the street in uniform, we’d recognize their profession right away. The script uses laws and theories of physics to illustrate the […]Read More Now for Some Biology, Honey
One of the things that make the play Constellations unique is the way it jumps through parallel universes. The two main characters appear in many different versions of reality, and as we watch these variations unfold, we gain beautiful insights to the characters and their journey. Many self-help books and religious writings tell us that […]Read More So. Many. Strings.