Cyrano – Adapted by Jo Roets from the play by Edmond Rostand
- Jan 21 - 23, 2022
"This play is like drinking a frothy glass of chilled Champagne after a long day." -Alexa Chipman, Petaluma 360
Love is most definable when the heart yearns for what is not returned. Unrequited love is at the center of the celebrated story of Cyrano de Bergerac, the tale of a noble, graceful man crossed by a wayward physical feature. Can Roxane see him for his true beauty? Might Christian, the hunky fumble-mouthed object of Roxane’s desire, figure out the poetry of the heart? Will the villain sabotage all chances of love? It will take a gaggle of the finest players as well as the toe-tapping rhythms of the North Bay’s finest jug band The Rivertown Skifflers to get all these questions answered before the curtain drops.
Tickets for the New Years Eve performance, include a glass of champagne to celebrate an East Coast Countdown to the New Year. New Years Eve tickets are $40 (general), $38 (senior), and $30 (student/military).
Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination will be checked before each performance. Masks must be worn at all times while inside the theater.
Director: James Pelican
Musical Director: Jared Emerson-Johnson
Set Design: Peter Q. Parish
Light Design: Wayne Hovey
Costume Design: Elly Lichenstein
Stage Manager: Ross Tiffany-Brown
Lluis Valls as Cyrano
Allie Pratt as Roxane
Jared Emerson-Johnson as Christian
Sarah McKereghan as de Guiche and others
3 band members from the Rivertown Skifflers will join band leader Jared Emerson-Johnson as the onstage band for this show.