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Cyrano de Bergerac

May 29th - November 1stFestival TheatreTicket Info
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8 Reviews
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Film's the favourite but Feore is...

This blogger’s review includes references to the Oscar-winning 1950 film starring José Ferrer, as well a video clip of the film! Check it out.

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Stratford Festival musicals top the...

“This is one of those classic only-in-Stratford experiences, with florid emotions, grand production values (The battle scene looks like something out of “Les Miserables”)” This review is part of a feature story.

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Cyrano de Bergerac: It still smells...

Cushman gives Feore top marks and notes other performers including Martha Farrell, Robert Persichini, Douglas E. Hughes and “Mike Shara, in a revelatory performance…”

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Let us compare Cyranos

Feore performed in same role on the same stage 15 seasons ago, Coulbourne compares the old with the new. “…for anyone who saw his performance in 1994, it’s still the one that wins him the gold — and by more than just a nose.”

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Cyrano: big nose, bigger heart

Colm Feore shines in the Stratford Festival’s Cyrano: “Feore is almost everything you could want in a Cyrano – by turns dashing, funny and heartbreaking. In short, a fine actor in a great role.”

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Cyrano De Bergerac - Stratford...

” Donna Feore pulled together a spectacular Cyrano de Bergerac, one of the must-see plays of the season… Cyrano de Bergerac [at the] Stratford Shakespeare Festival was a complete joy to behold. The sets, performances, the music…enraptured the audience.”

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Cyrano de Bergerac: A review

“…the director allows the lyricism and poignancy of the script to work its magic. And when it’s time for things to get justifiably noisy again — during the bloody siege of Arras — the pyrotechnics, gunplay and swashbuckling are choreographed with great affect.”

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Feore strong at Stratford

“The famous balcony scene – where Cyrano stands in the shadows feeding lines to Christian – is at turns moving and hilarious… There are some fine supporting performances as well from Wayne Best as Cyrano’s gallant friend Le Bret and John Vickery hamming it up as the dandyish aristocratic villain Comte de Guiche”

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