Cyrano will be warming hearts this winter.
Rostand’s masterpiece tells the true but fictionalized story of the gifted poet, musician, soldier, and duelist who is kept from expressing his love for the beautiful Roxanne by the shame he feels about his rather large nose! Alternately funny, dramatic, witty, touching, and tragic, Ms. Frankel’s adaptation makes this wonderful story accessible to everyone. This play will be an excellent date night!
Opening January 26, the production runs through March 2 on Fridays, Saturdays, and select Thursdays at 8:00 pm. There are matinees select dates at 2:30 pm. Doors open for dining two hours prior to curtain. Reservations are required to dine.
Reserved tickets are $40. Senior, Military, and Student tickets are available. Add dining for $17 up to 48 hours prior to a performance. Rush tickets are sold one hour prior to performances, depending on seat availability; they range from $10-$20 and are perfect for audience members who are new to theatre or cannot schedule tickets in advance.
“Cyrano de Bergerac”
By Edmond Rostand
Adapted by Emily Frankel
Directed by John Moon
Scenic Design by Frank Foster
Costume Design by Maura Lynch Cravey
Lighting Design by Joe Doran
We dedicate this production to the memory of Andy Boothby.
Ragueneau – Thomas Cunningham
Bellerose / Cadet Ullman / Sentry
– Travis Williams (Mainstage)
– Jonathan Hardison (Youth)
Marquis / Musketeer – Adrian Grantz
Baron / Montfleury / 1st Gent /
Page / Cadet Marquand – Dean Knight
Valvert / Cadet Bertran – Pete Sheldon
Mme. Aubrey/ Lise / Sister Ann – Jacqueline Jones
Busybody / 2d Gent / Cadet Leon – Bartley Mullin
DeGuiche – John Cobb
Clementine (Orange Girl) / Sister Claire – Katherine Wright
Christian – David Janosik
Ligniere / Cadet Vadim / Monk – Jeff Clevenger
Lt. Brissaille – Adam Mincks
Capt. LeBret – Walter Riddle
Duenna – Debra Wagoner
Roxanne – Rachel Rose Gilmour
Cyrano – Matt Bloch
About the Mill
Swift Creek Mill is one of the oldest registered landmarks in the nation and is home to historic Swift Creek Mill Theatre, a not-for-profit that has been providing Central and Southside Virginia professional performing arts for over 50 years. “The Mill,” as patrons call it, has long been a beacon for cultural arts and a trusted resource in the area. Find out more at swiftcreekmill.com. For more information about the Mainstage Season at Swift Creek Mill Theatre, contact email@example.com or call 804-748-5203.