Choices are made every day.
What happens to all of the choices someone could have made and doesn’t? And how would those decisions – big or small – change the course of a life?
There’s a scientific theory that different life paths, stemming from varying choices, exist in parallel universes. In “Constellations,” the latest production at the Adobe Rose Theater, playwright Nick Payne explores the consequences of what-if moments for characters Roland and Marianne through the lens of a “multiverse.”
“How many times in your life have you thought back to some situation with someone and said to yourself, ‘God, if I let that anger get to me in that moment and I had said that thing in that way, how different that particular situation would turn out?’ ” says local actress Alexandra Renzo, who is playing Marianne opposite Scott Harrison as Roland. “We all have those. (The play) is basically a series of those.”