Cyrano de Bergerac

In Edmond Rostand?s swashbuckling yet bittersweet comedy, the characters experience emotions on a heroic scale. The play?s hero, Cyrano, is a magnificent wit whose pride marks a deep insecurity about his appearance - specifically, his abnormally large nose. His compelling love for the beautiful heroine, Roxanne, is the motivating force behind all the action in the play. With words from his own poet?s heart, Cyrano wins Roxanne for another man, the tongue-tied but handsome, Christian.

"Deserves to take place with the best that the Broadway stage has to offer."- Variety

1974, Comedy, 150 minutes, Color

Cast: Peter Donat, Marsha Mason , Marc Singer, Kathryn Crosby

Written by: Edmond Rostand translation by Brian Hooker

Music by: Lee Hoiby

Directed by: William Ball

Produced by: Matthew N. Herman

Executive Producer: Jac Venza

A presentation of Thirteen/WNET New York, Theater In America, 1974

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