Fonte informazioni : sito ufficiale della tournèe www.cyranointour.it/
( Information source: official website of the tour www.cyranointour.it/)
NEWS: 20 Febbraio – TRAPANI Teatro Tito Marrone.
“The famous theatrical comedy in five acts, published in 1897 by the French dramatist Edmond Rostand (1868-1918) and inspired by the historical figure of Savinien Cyrano de Bergerac, one of the most whimsical French writers of the seventeenth century, a precursor of science fiction, he had already the first performance a great triumph of public criticism that greeted this romantic drama as a veritable summa of the expressive potential in the sphere of feelings and human passions.
Rostand’s work has been translated, adapted and interpreted countless times: Cyrano is one of the most known and loved the theater. His brilliant recklessness, the drama of his exhibition there, lived dangerously dedicated to not ever bend to mediocrity and convenience, whatever the cost, make it a real romantic hero and at the same time a character strikingly modern.
The story in short tells the story of Cyrano de Bergerac, a cadet of Gascony, admired and feared for his infallible sword and his witty sayings and sharp, being afflicted with a monstrous nose, does not have the courage to express to his cousin Ross love for her.
She, unaware of the feelings of his cousin, begs him to take under his protection the young Christian de Neuvillette which is love.
Since these can not express his feelings in beautiful phrases, Cyrano suggests them to him and makes sure that Christian can marry Rossana in spite of the Count De Guiche love with the woman. These, angry, Christian and Cyrano immediately moved to the front to fight, hence, de Bergerac, in the name of Christian, wrote numerous letters of passionate poetry Rossana keeping this secret for themselves even when the young man dies fighting.
Only at the end of his life, after many years, Cyrano, to unwittingly confess his feelings to his beloved, but when she reciprocate it is too late “
Here the photogallery of “Cyrano de Bergerac”.