Marianne and Roland meet at a party. She’s a physicist; he’s a beekeeper. From this chance encounter, their unique relationship unfolds (or doesn’t) across the quantum multiverse, with each choice they make sending them on a different trajectory. A beautifully heartbreaking story that criss-crosses time, space, and the limitless potential of love.
Caitlin is absolutely delighted to work on this beautiful play again. Select credits: The Penelopiad (Ferre Play Theatre), Farmer Joe and the Money Trees (Dancing Sky Theatre), Twelfth Night, Richard III (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan), Root, Hog, or Die (Globe Theatre), A Christmas Carol, Trout Stanley, Urinetown, The Shape of a Girl, Little Women, Bite the Hand (Persephone Theatre), Lungs, Love/Stories, The Cherry Orchard (Live Five), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, The Marvelous Wonderettes (Souris Valley Theatre), Salt-Water Moon (Station Arts), Waiting for the Parade (Lili Marlene Co-op). Many thanks to Aaron, Jill, Marlene and Imogen!
Rob’s career began in earnest at Persephone Theatre in 2001 with his professional acting debut in George Dandin & The Sicilian directed by Tibor Fehergyhazi. Nearly twenty years later, the stars have aligned to bring him back again. Rob has had the good fortune to tackle many iconic roles over the years, including both of Shakespeare’s titular King Richards, Valmont in Les Liasons Dangereuses, Jimmy Porter in Look Back in Anger, and Lee in True West. But what has always meant the most to him is working with other artists that he admires and whose company he cherishes – and this production is no different. What a treat to get to do it all again! Rob has three dogs, a new tattoo, and would genuinely appreciate you sticking around afterwards if you happen to have a 1970’s GMC Motorhome for sale.
Angela Kemp is an actor, musician, and emerging director from Saskatoon. She holds a BFA in Acting from the University of Saskatchewan, and has performed at Persephone Theatre, Globe Theatre, Dancing Sky Theatre, the Station Arts Centre, and in many independent productions. She made her directorial debut with this production of Constellations in the fall of 2018. Thank you to Johnna, Del, and everyone at Persephone Theatre for the mentorship and support. Next up is a cross-country road trip adventure with Rob, Bo, Mystery, and Daryl. www.angelakemp.com
Liz is pleased as punch to be working with some old friends on this production. Previously for Persephone Liz worked on Elf and Trout Stanley. Elsewhere Liz has worked for Chemainus Theatre Festival, Arts Club, Gwaandak Theatre, Globe Theatre, and the Stratford Festival amongst others. Outside of the theatre Liz is an avid rock climber, cross-stitcher, and Scrabble player. Up next Liz will return to Vancouver Island to ASM Beauty and the Beast for Chemainus Theatre. Along the way she will be training for the adventure triathlon MOMAR held in Cumberland, BC in September. For her parents who gave her theatre.
Persephone Theatre is thankful for the generous support of the City of Saskatoon, The Saskatchewan Arts Board, Frank and Ellen Remai Foundation, Canadian Heritage Cultural Spaces Fund, and the Canada Council for the Arts.