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.' Through May 1.