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4.1 / 5 Rated by 13 members
Review from Philip Fogelson
60 events 2 reviews

Great Show Strong Cast Good Value

reviewed Jul 18 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from greencritic
20 events 9 reviews

We had a really nice time at this new production. There are bleachers and open grass areas where you can put down a blanket or place your own chair. The local crowd thinks nothing of blocking your view, so I recommend chairs. The play itself was...continued

reviewed Jul 15 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Scott S.
129 events 98 reviews

excellent production - thoroughly enjoyed - great way to spend an evening.

reviewed Jul 18 2009 report as inappropriate
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By Edmond Rostand

A timeless tale of courage, honor and unrequited love. Featuring Artistic Director Jack Hickey as Cyrano, France’s greatest warrior and poet, who is in love with the beautiful Roxanne. Cyrano’s legendarily large nose, however, causes him to doubt that he could ever win her love, leading him to court her by proxy, through the handsome yet vapid Christian. Cyrano is a beautiful, funny and touching story filled with swordfights, romance, and laughter; and brimming with Rostand’s beautiful poetry.

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