Cyrano de Bergerac At Brooklyn Academy of Music in 2022

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Cyrano de Bergerac, starring James McAvoy, will begin performances at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 2022 and will eventually land in the United States.

As planned

Jamie Lloyd will serve as a director. The Brooklyn Academy of Music will be the stage. But the coronavirus shut down in the spring of 2020. It will now be aired from April 5 to May 22, 2022. Written by Edmond Rostand and freely adapted by Martin Crimp, this contemporary interpretation of Cyrano de Bergerac tells of the famous big-nosed poet and his style of rap battles and grand slam poems.

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Cyrano de Bergerac’s set and costume design were in charge of Sotra Gilmour. The lighting design is by Jon Clark, sound and composition were in the hands of Ben and Max Ringham. Kate Waters was in charge of fighting actions. Polly Bennett was in charge of additional actions. Anna Josephs was in charge of costume supervision, and Lily Molgaard In charge of props supervision. Rupert Hands is co-director and Nari Blair-Mangat is assistant director. Rachel Wingate is in charge of co-design and Stuart Burt – of casting.

Cyrano de Bergerac in 2022

Joining McAvoy in the company are Evelyn Miller as Roxane and Eben Figueiredo as Christian. Rounding out the cast are Michele Austin, Adam Best, Sam Black, Nari Blair-Mangat, Vaneeka Dadhria, Adrian Der Gregorian, Tom Edden, Jon Furlong, Tazmyn-May Gebbett, Carla Harrison-Hodge, Mika Onyx Johnson, Joseph Langdon, Luyanda Unati Lewis-Nyawo as, Nima Taleghani, and Brinsley Terence.

After the sale at The Playhouse Theatre in London in 2019 (and the NTLive demo), Cyrano de Bergerac will return to the UK before the BAM show. It plans to perform at the Harold Pinter Theatre (February 3 to March) December 12, 2022 ) And Glasgow Theatre Royal (March 18 to 26). Tickets will be on sale for BAM members on November 3, and for the public on November 15th. Pre-sale for American Express card members will start on November 10. To purchase tickets, please visit


Edmond Rostand created the play in 1897. There is a real Cyrano de Bergerac, this play is based on the general outline of his life and fictitious. And with a rhyming couplet of twelve syllables in each line. This is very close to the classical Alexandrian form, but the verses sometimes lack vowels. It has also been carefully studied until the names of the members of the French Academy and the names of the noble ladies were seen before the first performance. His script has been translated and performed many times, and he is responsible for introducing the word “panache” into English.

Cyrano is actually known for his panache. Even he himself mentions “my panache” in the play. The two most famous English translations are Brian Hooker and Anthony Burgess.

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