Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac made its stage debut in 1897 and has since made appearances on film, television, and stages across the world. On stage now at the Guthrie is an adaptation written and helmed by Artistic Director Joseph Haj, filled with wit, wordplay, and epic battle scenes. Read on to learn more about how this story has touched culture over the last century and why Cyrano remains a heroic tale for the ages.
This spring, as Saint Paul's bats emerge from their cozy caves we are crossing our fingers that they set up their summer home at Riverview Library's new Bat Hou
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