In a love story, or any story for that matter, sometimes just a slightly different intonation, a small variation in a reply that the situation takes a different turn. For example, when Roland and Marianne meet, there are many possibilities. It would have suspected ... But if, instead of living in a four-dimensional universe (the three dimensions of space and one of time), we live in a universe in ten or eleven dimensions made of multiple parallel worlds where the notions of "before" and "after" lose their meaning? This love then would explore how jubilant tiny variations that might know the situations of life ... if we lived in other times, other worlds again and again, if the start was not necessarily a beginning and if the end did not put end to things.
Awarded the prestigious Harold Pinter Award and crowned Best Play of the Year by the London Evening Standard, "Constellations" was a huge public and critical acclaim in England. A show that is both light and serious that gives pride to the mysteries of the universe and that leaves room to play specific players Marie-Paule and Bernard Kumps Cogniaux.