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Cyrano de Bergerac

"Amazing play"

  • April 2016

reviewed by Patricia from France

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Cyrano de Bergerac


French classic play w/ surtitles

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About this place

5 rue des Vignes, 75016 Paris
Line 9 - La Muette Line 6 - Passy

Saturday : 6:00 am - 23:00 pm
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Romance and rivalry, splendor and sword fighting, drama and disguises… Cyrano de Bergerac is a classic French play that truly has it all. Follow the play’s swashbuckling hero, Cyrano, as he fights against all odds in order to prove himself a master of the sword and of the pen.


Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac tells an intricate love story in which Cyrano, the title character, falls madly in love with his distant cousin, Roxanne. However, due to his famously prominent nose, Cyrano doubts himself (and his apparent ugliness) too much to ever tell her how he feels. Meanwhile, Roxanne is actually in love with someone else - Christian, a young soldier far less intelligent than Cyrano, but far superior in terms of looks. Unexpectedly, the two rivals join forces in pursuit of their common love interest, Cyrano using his gifted writing skills in order to help the handsome Christian try and seduce the beautiful Roxanne. Come watch their adventures unfold - you'll want to see if they succeed!


The Theatre du Ranelagh is an architectural masterpiece. When you walk into its grand auditorium, you will be wowed by its splendor and beauty, especially the ornate carved panelling adorning the orchestra and the balconies. And don’t forget to look up - the intricately decorated ceiling will blow you away! Listed as one of the historical monuments of Paris and tucked away in the 16th arrondissement, the theatre is over 120 years old and originally served as a private music room in the old Chateau de Boulainvilliers. You won’t want to miss it!


Here are a couple of things to note before you see the play. First of all, don’t be alarmed that the play starts in silence! The silence will soon be broken by some dramatic music, and you’ll begin to understand the inner workings of Cyrano’s mind and the depths of his feelings. Be prepared: you’re sure to experience the whole range of emotions as you watch the play develop! Second of all, you should know that the play is written entirely in alexandrines. This form is the French heroic verse of 12 syllables, and it was used most often before Marlowe and Shakespeare introduced iambic pentameter in England. Add to that dramatic staging and excellent acting, and you’ve got yourself a true French classic!


Thanks to a new, innovative surtitling system developed by Theatre in Paris, this classic French play is finally available to English speakers. The surtitles will be projected onto a screen above the stage, and you’re guaranteed to be in seats that provide a good view of the text. Even though the plot may be intricate, the surtitles allow you to understand the play as if you were a Parisian! Before the play begins, you’ll also get the benefit of an introduction from an English-speaking host, who will explain how the surtitles work and how to make the most of them.

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