MusicalOriginalBroadway
Opening Date
Nov 21, 1993
Closing Date
Mar 20, 1994
1st Preview
Oct 19, 1993
1st Preview
Oct 19, 1993
Previews
38
Performances
137
MusicalOriginalBroadway

ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION

Theatres
Neil Simon Theatre
(Nov 21, 1993 - Mar 20, 1994)

Setting
In and around Paris, 1640-1647

Produced by Joop Van Den Ende; Produced in association with Peter T. Kulok
Based on the play by Edmond Rostand; Music by Ad Van Dijk; Book by Koen Van Dijk; Lyrics by Koen Van Dijk; Additional lyrics by Sheldon Harnick; Music orchestrated by Tony Cox and Don Sebesky; Musical Director: Constantine Kitsopoulos
Directed by Eddy Habbema; Associate Director: Eleanor Fazan
Scenic Design by Paul Gallis; Costume Design by Yan Tax; Lighting Design by Reinier Tweebeeke; Sound Design by Rogier Van Rossum; Associate Scenic Design: Duke Durfee; Associate Costume Design: Marcia K. McDonald; Associate Lighting Design: Brian Nason; Associate Sound Design: Steve Canyon Kennedy; Hair and Wig Design by Winnie Gallis; Make-Up Design by Sjoerd Didden
Executive Producer: Robin De Levita; General Manager: Peter T. Kulok Enterprises, Inc.; Assistant Co. Mgr: Jolie Gabler
Production Stage Manager: Bob Borod; Technical Supervisor: Roy Sears; Stage Manager: David John O'Brien; Assistant Stage Mgr: Jon Krause and Ira Mont
English lyrics by Peter Reeves; Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Conducted by Constantine Kitsopoulos; Associate Conductor: Ethyl Will; Keyboards: Milton Granger and Ethyl Will; Bass: Jeffrey Carney; Guitar: Scott Kuney; Percussion: Louis Oddo and Dean Witten; Trumpet: Neil Balm; Trombone: Richard Clark and Nathan Durham; French Horn: Katherine Canfield and Peter Gordon; Woodwinds: Lynne Cohen, Don McGeen, Brian Miller and Richard Shapiro; Concert Mistress: Belinda Whitney; Violin: Robert Shaw; Cello: Alvin McCall; Viola: Rachel Evans
Special Effects by Gregory Meeh
Casting: Hughes / Moss Casting; Press Representative: Frimark & Thibodeau Associates; Advertising: LeDonne, Wilner, & Weiner, Inc.; Fight direction by Malcolm Ranson; Dance Captain: Tom Polum; Fight Captain: Bjorn Johnson
Cyrano
Cyrano
Alternate
Ragueneau
De Guiche
Le Bret
Mother Superior
 
Ensemble
Montfleury
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
 
Captain De Castel Jaloux
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Chaperone
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Valvert
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
 
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Ensemble
Understudies: Geoffrey Blaisdell (De Guiche), Jeff Gardner (Le Bret), Peter Lockyer (Christian), Stuart Marland (Ragueneau) and Tami Tappan (Roxane)

Neil Simon Theatre (Nov 21, 1993 - Mar 20, 1994)

Cast

De Guiche
 
 
Cyrano
Man
Alternate
 
Captain De Castel Jaloux
Alternate
music by Ad Van Dijk; lyrics by Koen Van Dijk and Peter Reeves
Act 1
Sung By
Prologue
Man, Le Bret, Ragueneau and Ensemble
Opera, Opera
Ensemble
Aria
Montfleury, Cyrano and Ensemble
One Fragment of a Moment
Christian and Roxane
Confrontation
Ensemble
The Duel
Cyrano and Ensemble
Where's All This Anger Coming From
Le Bret and Cyrano
Loving Her
Cyrano and Christian
A Message from Roxane
Chaperone and Cyrano
Ragueneau's Patisserie
Ragueneau, Chefs and Waitresses
Roxane's Confession
Roxane and Cyrano
What a Reward
De Guiche, Le Bret and Ragueneau
Hate Me
Cyrano
Courage Makes a Man
Cadets and Captain De Castel Jaloux
Cyrano's Story
Cyrano and Christian
A Letter for Roxane
Cyrano and Christian
I Have No Words
Christian
Two Musketeers
Cyrano and Christian
An Evening Made for Lovers
Ensemble
Balcony Scene
Roxane, Christian and Cyrano
Poetry
Cyrano and Roxane
Moonsong
Cyrano
Stay With Me!
Ensemble
Act 2
Sung By
Every Day, Every Night
Cyrano, Christian, Cadets and Roxane
A White Sash
De Guiche, Cyrano and Cadets
When I Write
Cyrano
Two Musketeers (Reprise)
Christian and Cyrano
Rhyming Menu
Roxane, Ragueneau and Ensemble
Even Then
Roxane
Tell Her Now
Christian and Cyrano
The Evening
Cyrano and Cadets
Even Then (Reprise)
Roxane and Cyrano
The Battle
Ensemble
Everything You Wrote
Roxane
He Loves To Make Us Laugh
Nuns and Mother Superior
A Visit from DeGuiche
De Guiche, Roxane and Mother Superior
Opera, Opera (Reprise)
Ensemble
An Old Wound / The Letter / Moonsong
Cyrano and Roxane

Tony Award®

 

Best Musical

1994 Nominee
Produced by Joop Van Den Ende; Produced in association with Peter T. Kulok
 

Best Book of a Musical

1994 Nominee
Book by Koen Van Dijk
 

Best Original Score

1994 Nominee
Music by Ad Van Dijk
Lyrics by Koen Van Dijk
Lyrics translated by Peter Reeves
Additional lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
 

Best Costume Design

1994 Nominee
Costume Design by Yan Tax
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