Review: ‘Cyrano de Bergerac,’ Now Noseless and Drunk on Words

James McAvoy gives a ravishing performance, without benefit of prosthetics or props, in a new adaptation alive with the love of language.

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I Love London Theater. But Not London Theatergoing.

While full of fine shows, a long-awaited binge was also full of stress about how loosely audiences followed rules about staying healthy in a pandemic.

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Why Is ‘Cyrano’ Still So Potent? Ask Anyone Who’s Loved at All.

The 19th-century French play is quite adaptable, as numerous stage and film versions have shown, including the latest musical starring Peter Dinklage.

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With ‘Cyrano,’ James McAvoy Is Savoring a ‘Purer Form of Storytelling’

The actor will be making his New York stage debut with Jamie Lloyd’s Olivier Award-winning production, coming in April to the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

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