Can one word alter the course of your life?
A simple encounter between a man and a woman leads to a spellbinding journey across time and space. Science and romance collide in this unusual love story of infinite possibilities and the difference between choice and destiny.
Moving and Charming
ALEXIS HYATT is thrilled to be making her debut at Florida Studio Theatre this season in both How to Use a Knife and Constellations. Regional Theater: Boeing Boeing, The Liar, All My Sons, The Game’s Afoot (Gulfshore Playhouse); To Kill a Mockingbird (Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey); Blithe Spirit, The Importance of Being Earnest, No Sex Please, We’re British, M. Butterfly (Northern Stage); Dulcy (Dorset Theater Festival); and many others. TV/Film: Orange is the New Black; Only Way Out; Yass Queens. BFA University of the North Carolina School of the Arts.
CHRIS TIPP is thrilled to continue his time at Florida Studio Theatre in Constellations after just closing How to Use a Knife. From New York City, he is a member of the New Circle Theatre Company where he works closely with playwrights in the development of their work. He has worked regionally in 4000 Miles as Leo (New Jewish Theatre), Sex With Strangers as Ethan, and in Hamlet as Laertes (Rebel and Misfits Productions). Chris was also seen at The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis in A Christmas Carol, STAGES Saint Louis’ productions of Alice In Wonderland as The March Hare, and South Pacific as Professor, and played the title role in The Who’s Tommy at the Springer Opera House. A proud member of Actors’ Equity Association, Chris received his MFA in Acting from Western Illinois University.
Director | Jason Cannon
Scenic Designer | Bruce Price
Costume Designer | Hannah Bagnall
Lighting Designer | Alex Pinchin
Sound Designer | Jon Baker
Dialect & ASL Coach | Greg London
ASL Coach | Nelson Mercedes
Stage Manager | Jynelly Rosario*
* Denotes member Actors’ Equity Association. The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.