One of the most enduring love stories of all time. Cyrano de Bergerac is the Platonic ideal of the fearless warrior who is paralyzed by romantic yearning. Confident in battle, but relentlessly self-doubting in love, Cyrano is unable to express his devotion to the beautiful Roxane. And when she falls in love with a handsome young cadet named Christian, Cyrano seizes the opportunity to use Christian as a proxy for his own unrequited feelings.
An L.A. Theatre Works full cast recording featuring:
Caroline Aaron as Lise/Mother Marguerite
Hugo Armstrong as Le Bret
Kalen Harriman as Foodseller/Others
Gregory Itzin as Comte De Guiche
Hamish Linklater as Cyrano
Anna Mathias as Duenna/Others
Morgan Ritchie as Valvert/Bellerose/Others
Jason Ritter as Christian
AndrÃ© Sogliuzzo as Ragueneau/Ligniere/Others
Devon Sorvari as Roxane
Matthew Wolf as Cuigy/Others
Written by Edmond Rostand, translated and adapted by Anthony Burgess.
Directed and adapted for radio by Barry Creyton. Recorded before a live audience.
Includes a conversation with Sue Lloyd, author of The Man Who Was Cyrano: A Life of Edmond Rostand.
Director: Barry Creyton. Adapted by Anthony Burgess, Adapted for Radio by Barry Creyton
About: Retells the classic story of the master swordsman whose unpleasant appearance prevents him from courting the beautiful woman with whom he has fallen in love, as a graphic novel with study guide.
This edition also contains Cyrano De Bergerac, I Was Glad: Fifty Alternative Settings to Ancient and Modern Hymns
This edition also contains Cyrano De Bergerac
About: Translates the classic French story of the master swordsman, noble in stature, whose unpleasant appearance prevents him from courting the beautiful woman with whom he has fallen in love.
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