Written by Nick Payne
Moss Performing Art Center Mesa Experimental Theatre
February 9–11; 7:30pm
A playful and intelligent comedy with a powerful undertone of emotion
In this spellbinding, romantic journey, Roland, a bee-keeper, meets Marianne, a witty woman who works in quantum cosmology. She suggests a theory of the universe in which at any given moment, several different outcomes could exist simultaneously. This theory is played out as we see multiple ways in which the couple’s encounters could have turned out as a result of simple factors. This beautiful two person play raises thoughtful questions about the difference between free will and destiny. Rated PG-13.
The Mesa Experimental Theatre, or MET, is a versatile space which seats up to 150 people in an almost unlimited number of possible performance configurations. Designed primarily as a laboratory space, the MET is home to both student-produced and directed performances and faculty productions with a more "cutting-edge" feel than traditional Main Stage offerings.
General Admission: $10 adults, $8 seniors, faculty/staff, $6 students