She is an astrophysicist, he is a painter. Stellar is their story. A love story set against the backdrop of the expanding universe... Or is it the other way round? The two are one and the same in this creation, which is full of fascinating information about the life of celestial bodies. Romain Bermond and Jean-Baptiste Maillet are at the helm of this enterprise: a pair of visual artists and musicians working together to create their marvellous theatre of illusions, a sort of magic lantern that mixes old and new technologies, scientific discourse and dreamlike images. As ingenious craftsmen of light and sound, brushes and guitar in hand, they unfold Stellaire like a mini Space Opera where small causes create big effects. Droplets of colour projected into an aquarium burst into supernovas; a simple gesture brushes the rings of Saturn onto a painted screen... The poetic visions spread like a field of stars and along the way, the meeting between the arts proves to be just as fusional as that of lovers. To have stars in your eyes? This is an expression that has never before brought together lovers, scholars... and audiences of all ages so well.