Crossword clues for cyrano
- Nosey first name?
- Lover of Roxane
- First name among those with famous noses
- Storied duelist with a big nose
- Nosy guy?
- Musical with the song "Roxana"
- José Ferrer's Oscar role
- First name in big noses
- Fictionalized character created from crayon
- Fictional writer of billets-doux to Roxane
- Duelist/poet of literature
- De Bergerac with the nose
- Big-beezered dueler
- 1994 Best Musical nominee
- "A large nose is the mark of a witty, courteous, affable, generous and liberal man" speaker
- "___ de Bergerac"
- Christopher Plummer's Tony-winning title role of 1973
- Edmond Rostand hero
- Hero known for his nose
- Rostand hero
- Storied duelist with a large nose
- 1990 title role for GГ©rard Depardieu
- Rostand protagonist ___ de Bergerac
- 1990 title role for Gérard Depardieu
- Rostand's "snooty" hero
- Plumed-hat wearer
- Role Hampden played 1,000 times
- He loved Roxane
- Roxane's lover
- Rostand's long-nosed lover
- Monsieur de Bergerac
- Rostand's Romeo
Cyrano is a lunar impact crater that lies on the far side of the Moon. It lies due east of the huge walled plain Gagarin, and to the north of the somewhat smaller crater Barbier.
The most notable aspect of this crater are the small impacts along the western and southwest rim, with the pear-shaped Cyrano P forming the later intrusion into the interior. The remainder of the rim has received some wear, and is particularly eroded at the northern end. There are also a few small craters within the interior, with a merged crater pair near the eastern side and a crater along the northeast inner wall. The northern half of the interior floor is slightly more irregular than the southern part.
Cyrano may refer to:
Cyrano is a musical with a book and lyrics by Anthony Burgess and music by Michael J. Lewis.
Based on Edmond Rostand's classic 1897 play of the same name, it focuses on a love triangle involving the large-nosed poetic Cyrano de Bergerac, his beautiful cousin Roxana, and his classically handsome but inarticulate friend Christian de Neuvillette who, unaware of Cyrano's unrequited passion for Roxana, imposes upon him to provide the romantic words he can use to woo her successfully in mid-17th century Paris.
In the early 1960s, David Merrick had announced plans to produce a musical entitled Cyrano with a score by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley, but nothing came of the project. Burgess had translated the Rostand play for the Guthrie in Minneapolis, and director Michael Langham suggested he adapt it for a musical version. Burgess joined forces with film composer Lewis, replacing dialogue in his play with musical numbers, and the completed work was staged at the Guthrie, again with Langham at the helm.
Following a tryout in Boston's Colonial Theatre and five previews, the Broadway production, directed and choreographed by Michael Kidd, opened on May 13, 1973 at the Palace Theatre, where it ran for 49 performances. The cast included Christopher Plummer as Cyrano, Leigh Beery as Roxana, and Mark Lamos as Christian, with Tovah Feldshuh making her Broadway debut in two small supporting roles.
Plummer won the Tony for Best Actor in a Musical and Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Performance, and Beery was Tony-nominated for Best Featured Actress in a Musical.
An original cast recording LP was released by A&M Records in 1973. An original cast recording CD was released by Decca Records in 2005.
In September 1994, an abridged version of the musical made its West Coast preview at The Newport Arts Center in Orange County, California. Directed by Kent Johnson, and starring well known regional actor John Huntington as Cyrano and actress Deirdre McGill (" A Thing Called Love ", " Dead Hollywood Blondes") as Roxanne. One song, "You Have Made Me Love", released on a Broadway standards album sung by Deirdre McGill.
Cyrano is an opera in three acts by David DiChiera (orchestration: Mark Flint) to a libretto in French by Bernard Uzan, based on the play Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand. The opera premiered on 13 October 2007 at the Michigan Opera Theatre. It was then given February 8 to 17, 2008, at the Opera Company of Philadelphia. Florida Grand Opera will presented the work in April 2011.
Cyrano is an opera in four acts composed by Walter Damrosch to an English language libretto by William James Henderson based on Edmond Rostand's play, Cyrano de Bergerac. It premiered at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City on February 27, 1913, with Pasquale Amato in the title role and Frances Alda as Roxane.