The Legend of Cyrano’s Wit

Got panache? Cyrano, the lead in Edmond Rostand’s 1897 drama, certainly does. Responsible for introducing the French word “panache” into the English language, Rostand’s Cyrano is a comedic tragedy based on the life of the French novelist and playwright Cyrano de Bergerac. Over a century old, the classic play about romance, love triangles and an enduring hero with an intellect as large as his nose, is both timeless and aged. See award-winning playwright Barry Kornhauser’s clever new take on a play full of wit, intrigue, and, of course, panache, during the Village Player’s two-weekend run.

$18/General | $16/Students and Seniors
May 11-19 | 8pm, Thursdays-Saturdays | 2pm, Sunday
The Village Players Theatre | 2740 Upton Ave, Toledo
419-472-6817 | thevillageplayers.org

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