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Cyrano de Bergerac

My favorite Broadway play is Cyrano de Bergerac.

The story goes that Cyrano thought he was ugly because of his rather large nose. In fact, he was so afraid of rejection (on account of his nose) that he hid his love for his childhood friend Roxanne, professing his love for her through words rehearsed by Christian, another suitor.   112 more words

The End is the Beginning…

“Here I sit halfway to somewhere, thinking about what’s in front of me and what I left behind”

Mr. Big, Goin’ Where The Wind Blows…

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Once the Audience Enters the Theater

By Heather Beasley, dramaturg

Stephen Weitz as Cyrano, photo by Michael Ensminger

After the work-packed exhaustion of tech week comes the thrill of opening night, and… 393 more words

Behind The Scenes

Quijotesco y español

#El Subjetivo

Netizen poet & blogger,
profesor de inglés.
Me llamo @eugenio_fouz
y soy twitter-adicto


22.04.16.-(Susana Vera/Reuters) España. #400Cervantes. Cómo un ingeniero creó un sistema para tuitear todo El Quijote. 464 more words


A Conspiracy of Love

Salutations, my beloved world! I am Cyrano, a writer who has decided to have a mad love affair with life, the planet, and the precious people in it. 249 more words

CYRANO at TheatreWorks Silicon Valley

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A Stage Manager's Perspective of Cyrano

By Jonathan Allsup, Stage Manager

Most of the rehearsal time on a play is not spent onstage. Nearly 120 hours of rehearsal on Cyrano were spent in the rehearsal hall, a room approximately the same size as the stage, with a table on one side for the director and stage management, and tables on the other end to hold props.  328 more words

Behind The Scenes