Cyrano de Bergerac

by Edmond Rostand; Translated by Brian Hooker

Cyrano de Bergerac

August 5-21, 2022

*The opening of this production has been postponed to August 12, 2022*

Boy meets girl, boy falls for girl, girl confesses she is in love with someone else... but this man is not who she thinks he is.

Charges with protesting Christian, the love of Roxane, Cyrano does everything he can to keep his love happy even if that means losing her or himself. Follow Cyrano as he navigates this heartbreaking love triangle of words and blades.

Content Warning: This production contains mature themes such as love, death, discussion of suicide and the sounds of war (musket fire).

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