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Cyrano de Bergerac   

Alvin Theatre, (10/08/1946 - 11/16/1946)
Ethel Barrymore Theatre, (11/18/1946 - 3/22/1947)
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Opening Date: Oct 08, 1946    
Closing Date: Mar 22, 1947 Total Performances: 193

Category: Play, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Setting: Hotel de Bourgogne, Paris. Ragueneau's pastry shop. Courtyard outside Roxanne's house. Battlefield at the siege of Arras. Garden of a convent. 1640 - 1655.


Production Staff
Produced by José Ferrer
Written by Edmond Rostand; Book adapted by Brian Hooker; Incidental music by Paul Bowles
Directed by Melchor G. Ferrer; Production Supervised by Arthur S. Friend
Scenic Design by Lemuel Ayers; Costume Design by Lemuel Ayers
General Manager: Jules J. Leventhal; Company Manager: Vince McKnight
Stage Manager: Jess Kimmel and Ralph Meeker; Assistant Stage Mgr: Robinson Stone
Press Representative: David Lipsky
Cast
José Ferrer
Cyrano de Bergerac
a Gascon
Leopold Badia
Montfleury
a tragic actor
Lee Baxter
Ensemble
Toni Brown
Ensemble
Robert Carroll
Lignière
the poet
Ensemble
Leonardo Cimino
Another Poet
Ensemble
Ralph Clanton
Le Comte de Guiche
Marion Clements
Ensemble
Francis Compton
Carbon de Castel Jaloux
Captain of the Gascony Cadets
Nick Dennis
A Cut Purse
Ensemble
Vincent Donahue
A Poet
Ensemble
Ernest Graves
Christian De Neuvillette
Phyllis Hill
A Flower Girl
Sister Claire
Anthony Jordan
Le Vicomte de Valvert
Ensemble
Walter Kelly
Citizen's Son
Ensemble
Mary Jane Kersey
A Soubrette
Ensemble
Samuel N. Kirkham
A Cavalier
Ensemble
Paula Laurence
Roxane's Duenna
Francis Letton
A Meddler
Ensemble
Stewart Long
A Lackey
Ensemble
Nan McFarland
Lise
Ragueneau's wife
Mother Marguerite
Benedict McQuarrie
A Porter
Ensemble
Ralph Meeker
Another Lackey
Ensemble
John O'Connor
A Marquis
Ensemble
George B. Oliver
Ensemble
A Musketeer
Frances Reid
Roxane
Cyrano's cousin
Hiram Sherman
Ragueneau
a pastry cook
Jacqueline Soans
A Comedienne
Sister Marthe
Robinson Stone
Jodelet
the comedian
A Capuchin
Charles Summers
A Guardsman
Ensemble
Patricia Wheel
An Orange Girl
A Nun
Bert Whitley
Brisaille
Ensemble
Wallace Widdecombe
A Citizen
Ensemble
Howard Wierum
Bellerose
leader of the acting company
Ensemble
Paul Wilson
A Cadet
Ensemble
William Woodson
Le Bret
Understudy: Stewart Long (Christian)
Tony Award®
winner 1947 Best Actor in Play [winner]
José Ferrer