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4. Cyrano de Bergerac

McGee Theatre


October 13 -- November 10 -- BUILD

November 11 -- 18 -- LOAD IN

November 19 - December 2 -- TECH/DRESS

December 3 -- 4:30 PM PERFORMANCE

December 4 -- 2PM & 7PM PERFORMANCES

December 6 - 9 -- STRIKE

"A wonderful play, full of sunshine and sadness"

Swordsman, Philosopher, Poet, Raconteur Cyrano de Bergerac is all these things, but none of them makes him happy

What he desires above all is the love of the beautiful Roxane

But his problem is as plain as the huge nose on his face - is he too ugly ever to be loved?

Salvation of a kind arrives in the form of the handsome yet tongue-tied Christian de Neuvillette

Might not Cyrano's eloquence and Christian s beauty together win Roxane?

But certainly not before duelling foes, powerful rivals, and a war against Spain put our hero to the test

Who made it Happen!

Ella Bostrom, Alex Castro, Evie Detlefsen, Abigail Durbin,
Andrew Fogelson, Ethan Fogelson, Maddie Generes,
Leeli Jackson, Layla Lawrence, Ranjit Paintal, Allie Ross,
Serena Vandergrift

Stage Manager - Serena Vandergrift
Light Board Op. - Maddie Generes
Sound Op. - Allison Ross
Props Coordinator - Grace Weir
Asst. Stage Manager - Emily Booden & Evie Detlefsen
Props Crew - Eloise Otto
Floor Crew - Abigail Durbin

Stage Manager - Serena Vandergrift
Student Technical Director - Ella Bostrom

Adapted by Glyn Maxwell
From the play by Edmond Rostand

Faculty Production Staff
Director - George Keating
Technical and Set Design - Denise Karczewski
Lighting Design - Dave Ferguson
Costume Design - Emily Daugherty
Fight Design and Instruction - Vic Bayona
Music Composition - G. Scott Russell
Stage Management Mentor - Helen Lattyak

Production Gallery

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