Jake Gyllenhaal and Ruth Wilson Fall in Love With Broadway's Constellations

The new drama by Nick Payne follows a relationship in all of the different ways it can go.

Despite phrases like "quantum multiverse" and "Eames' Power of Ten," Constellations, a new play by Nick Payne that stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Ruth Wilson in their Broadway debuts, is a simple story of boy meets girl. The drama, a recent hit on London's West End, explores the relationship between a physicist and a beekeeper in all of its various permutations. This may sound like a heady subject, but as the stars and their director, Michael Longhurst, assure us, it's an inherently relatable subject to everyone.

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