Production images have been released for the latest cast in Constellations, now running at the Vaudeville Theatre.
New production images have been unveiled of Russell Tovey and Omari Douglas starring in Michael Longhurst’s production of Nick Payne’s play, now running at the Vaudeville Theatre until the 12th September. The pair are the third cast to present this play, following on from Sheila Atim and Ivanno Jeremiah and then Peter Capaldi and Zoë Wanamaker.
A quantum physicist and a beekeeper meet at a barbeque. They hit it off, or perhaps they don’t. They go home together, or maybe they go their separate ways. In the multiverse, with every possible future ahead of them, a love of honey could make all the difference.
This summer Nick Payne‘s beautiful and heartbreaking romance Constellations is revived in the West End with a twist: four different casts take turns to journey through the multiverse exploring the infinite possibilities of a relationship; each refracting the play afresh.
Omari Douglas was recently seen in the hit five -part series for Channel 4/HBO Max, It’s A Sin. His stage credits include Rush (King’s Head Theatre), Peter Pan and Jesus Christ Superstar (Regent’s Park Open Air
Theatre), Clarke Peters’ Five Guys Named Moe (Marble Arch Theatre), Kneehigh’s Tristan & Yseult
(Shakespeare’s Globe), The Life (Southwark Playhouse), Annie Get Your Gun (Sheffield Crucible) and
High Society at The Old Vic.
Russell Tovey’s numerous stage credits include: Pinter at the Pinter: The Lover/The Collection (Harold Pinter Theatre), Angels In America, His Dark Materials, His Girl Friday, Henry V, Howard Katz (National Theatre), A View From The Bridge (Lyceum Theatre, Broadway), The History Boys (National Theatre/Broadhurst Theatre, Broadway), The Pass, A Miracle, Plasticine (Royal Court) and A Respectable Wedding (Young Vic).
The creative team for the production includes: designs by Tom Scutt, lighting design by Lee Curran, sound design by David Mcseveney and music by Simon Slater.
Constellations continues to play at the Vaudeville Theatre until the 12th September. To book tickets click here or visit: Love Theatre.com, London Theatre Direct, Theatre Tickets Direct, From the Box Office or Last Minute.com.