Cyrano de Bergerac

By Edmond Rostand

June 30th, July 7th*, July 9th*, July 14th, July 16th, July 20th*, July 22nd*, July 27th, and July 29th          

*Denotes Matinee 2:00 PM; Evening performances at 7:30 PM

First performed by the Festival in 1990 and again in 2005, this play explores the inner conflict of Cyrano, a true renaissance man of many talents who is held back by his self-doubt over his physical attributes- particularly his unusually large nose. This doubt prevents him from expressing his feelings to his one true love. 

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Tickets available May 24th to current TSF Guild Members and the general public on May 27th

 

            

 

      

 

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