As you enter the Columbia Performance Center, you’re handed a program describing Reservoir Dogs: The Musical. What? Actors swarm the stage, warming up, dancing, practicing swordplay, moving set pieces — all of it as boring as watching somebody paint a storm door.
Then an actor announces that, instead of performing Reservoir Dogs, the company will rehearse a new translation/adaptation of Rostand’s 1897 classic, Cyrano de Bergerac.
Cyrano (Rehearsed) continues through May 1 performed by the New Edgecliff Theatre. Get showtimes, tickets and find nearby bars and restaurants, and read Tom McElfresh's full reivew, here.
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