fb cover - cyrano.jpg


Written by Edmond Rostand, Adapted by Brian Hooker

The famous French hero up-close and personal. Cyrano is a wit, a musician, a poet, a skilled fighter, and preaches a life of excellence and integrity. Yet, his deepest fear is that none if it will matter because of his large nose. Set amidst the 30-year war, Cyrano de Bergerac remains a classic about love, honor, and the stories of self-doubt we tell ourselves. 

Appropriate for all ages.  Running time is approximately ninety minutes with no intermission.


In light of the health concerns surrounding the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the social distancing mandates in place to keep us safe, we regret to inform you that we will be cancelling our May/June run of Cyano de Bergerac.  We hope that we will have an opportunity to bring this production to the stage in the future, but unfortunately we don't currently have a plan to make that happen. We don't know much about what the future holds right now, but when we do, we will let you know. If you have purchased tickets to Cyrano, here are the steps you can take:

Refund your tickets:

Please contact Brown Paper Tickets within 2 weeks by emailing Be sure to include your confirmation number, if possible.  If you need assistance with this process, please contact our box office manager Keith at

Reserve your ticket toward a future performance:

The price of your ticket will be considered a contribution to We Happy Few to help support us through this crisis, and if/when we remount Cyrano you will have a ticket reserved for you.


Thank you for your patience as we navigate this tough time, and please allow a couple of days for us to process all ticket refunds and exchanges.  Please stay healthy and safe, and we hope to see you at the theatre again soon.


The We Happy Few team


Dylan Arrendondo

Terrance Fleming

Kerry McGee

Paige O'Malley

Matthew Pauli


Bridget Grace Sheaff


Keith Hock (dramaturgy)

Sarah Kamins (stage management & props)

Robert Pike (producing)

Raven Bonniwell (producing)

Jenna Murphy (producing)

Stefany Pesta (graphic design)

Jason Aufdem-Brinke (lights)

Alison Johnson (costumes )

Mallory Shear (fight and intimacy choreographer)

Dean Leong (set)

Evangelina Hakes (assistant stage management)

Tosin Olufolabi (sound)