Cyrano de Bergerac

In 17th-century France, one man can claim to be the greatest swordsman, to write the wittiest and finest poetry, and to have the largest nose.  Cyrano is also the most devoted of lovers, but feels he must hide that fact from the woman he loves.

The Flatwater Shakespeare Company will stage Cyrano de Bergerac, Edmond Rostand's classic romance, October 11-14 and 18-21, at the Haymarket Theatre, 803 “Q” Street in Lincoln.  Show times are 7:30 on Thursday through Saturday evenings and 2:00 on Sunday afternoons.  General Tickets are $15, Students and Seniors $10.  Call 402-473-2897 for reservations. 

Directed and designed by Bob Hall, the Flatwater Shakespeare production of Cyrano features some of Lincoln's most inspiring performers.  Vince Learned, Amy Jirsa, Nathan Weiss, David Landis, and a skilled ensemble bring boisterous humor, intense action, brilliant wordplay, court intrigue, and romantic longing to the stage.  

Join Cyrano in his gallant quest “To sing, to laugh, to dream” . . . of honor, intelligence, bravery, sacrifice, and love.

Friday Oct 12, 2012 | 02:30 amSaturday Oct 13,2012 | 02:30 amSunday Oct 14,2012 | 02:30 amSunday Oct 14,2012 | 09:00 pmFriday Oct 19,2012 | 02:30 amSaturday Oct 20,2012 | 02:30 amSunday Oct 21,2012 | 02:30 amSunday Oct 21,2012 | 09:00 pm
Location: The Haymarket Theatre, 803
Cost: $15,
Contact: Phone: 402-473-2897


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