Cyrano de Bergerac

by Edmond Rostand
Translated by Brian Hooker

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Performed:

June 26, 28; July 2*, 6, 9, 14*, 14, 17*, 22, 24

*matinee performance

Director:
Tom Whitaker
Set and Properties Designer: Pavlo Bosyy
Costume Designer: Val Winkelman
Assistant Costume Designer: Reiko Ishikawa
Lighting Designer: David Kniep
Sound Designer: Bruce Barr
Fight Director: Andrew Villaverde

Properties Supervisor: Matthew Schlief
Stage Manager: Stacey Flores
Assistant Stage Manager: Liz Grady

Scenery Crew : Jeffrey Arbuckle, Christopher Blad, Kathyrn Bluhm,
David Myrick, Susanne Cordner, Chad Kolbe, Dan Stevens

Light Board Operator: Danielle Kontak

Sound Board Operator: Sarah Hale
Properties Crew: Benjamin Drown, Judson Lohman, Brittany Fletcher
Wardrobe Supervisor: Laira De La Vega
Dressers:
Sarah Couch, Danielle Nelson, Leah Parker
Deck Electrician: Carson Gross

Cast:

Montfleury Gabriel Grilli
Cyrano de Bergerac Ed Swidey
Brissaille Jason T. Richards
LeBret John Knauss
Meddler Mic Materrese
Citizen Patrick Hanlon
First Marquis Justn Adams***
Second Marquis Jace Adams
Compte de Guiche Happy Anderson
Roxanne Roya Shanks
Bellerose William Elsman***
Vicomte de Valvert Jarred Kjack
Christian de Neuvillette Robert Thompson
Musketeer Zachary Hoogendyk
Lise Anna Kepe
Ragueneau Harris Berlinsky
Orange Girl Jenny Ledel
Duenna KC Crowe
Ligniere Michael Krek
Soubrette Courtney Coston
Boy Scott Zenreich
Poets Justin Adams***, Gabriel Grilli, Mic Materrese
Captain Carbon de Castel Jaloux William Elsman***
Cadets Justin Adams***, Jace Adams, Gabriel Grilli, Patrick
Hanlon, Zachary Hoogendyk, Jarred Kjack Michael Krek, Mic Materrese, Jason Richards
Capuchin Mic Materrese
Mother Marguerite de Jesus KC Crowe
Sister Marthe Jenny Ledel
Sister Claire Anna Kepe
Sister Marie Courtney Coston
Sister Catherine Scott Zenreich

***Appears courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association

Act 1. A theatre in Paris; Act
2. Ragueneau’s pastry shop;
Act 3. Outside Roxane’s house;Act 4. Seige at Arras;
Act 5. A convent garden (fifteen years later)

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