Cyrano De Bergerac archiveSwordsman, poet, philosopher, Cyrano de Bergerac. His musketeer-heroics combine with rapier wit, but the bravado belies a passionate love for his exquisite cousin, Roxane. Too ugly to win her for himself, or so he thinks, he agrees to woo her on behalf of another. His tender verse gives voice to the inarticulate, dashing Christian, gaining him her heart just before both men depart for war. A wildly romantic story laced with swagger, gallantry and sacrifice.


Tom Andrews (2nd Marquis/Cadet), Shane Attwooll (Lee Bret), Louise Bangay (Flower Girl/Mother Marguerite/Lise), Tilly Blackwood (Duenna/Sister Marthe), Joseph Chance (Drunkard/2nd Cook/3rd Poet/4th Cadet), Jim Creighton (speaking), Alice Eve (Roxanne), Joseph Fiennes (Cyrano), Jonathan Forbes (Valvery/Guard/1st Cadet), Julian Forsyth (Pickpocket/Theophraste/The Capuchin Monk/A Soldier), Paul Grunert (Ragueneau), Stephen Hagan (Christian), Scott Handy (De Guiche), Jo Herbert (Sister Claire/Foodseller), Peter Hinton (Cavalryman/A Poet/2nd Cadet/An actor), Jack James (Cuigy/Cadet), Tommy Luther (2nd Flunkey/Actor/Apprentice/Cadet), Gary Oliver (Doorkeeper/Carbon), Sion Tudor Owen (Fat Man/Montfleury/4th Cook/1st Poet/Soldier), Laurence Spellman (1st Marquis/The Musketeer/6th Cadet), Richard Trinder (Ligniere/1st Cook/3rd Cadet), David Weston (Citizen/3rd Cook/The Poet/Soldier/Spanish)


Author: Edmond Rostand
Corporate Sponsor: Pall Corporation
Producer: Chichester Festival Theatre
Translation: Anthony Burgess
Adapted by: Anthony Burgess
Director(s): Trevor Nunn, Malcolm Ranson (fight), Joe Harmston (associate director), Joyce Nettles (casting)
Design: Robert Jones
Lighting: Tim Mitchell
Sound: John Leonard
Music: Steven Edis
Costume: Lynette Mauro
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Cyrano De Bergerac

Cyrano De Bergerac (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0173082990. Details of all Cyrano De Bergerac archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2910

Archive Listings

8 May 09
30 May 09
Chichester Festival Theatre
West Sussex

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