After taking the play of Cyrano de Bergerac to every corner of Spain during the last year, the nosy character lands in Barcelona. Therefore since the last january 28th and until the same day on february, you can enjoy the magnificent play written by Edmond Rostand at the Guasch Theater. Thursdays at 21:00, Fridays and Saturdays at 22:00 and Sundays at 19:30. Who would tell, I’m allowed to perform in a professional stage…
During last year’s Cyrano’s campaign I had to perform the role of Christian de Neuvillet, a.k.a. “the handsome”. Although afterwards I also played different characters in different emergency replacements. This meant turning myself into “the ugly” or mister Bergerac and “the bad” or count de Guiche. Clint Eastwood’s copycat, ladies and gentelmen. But in the moment of truth I’m neither handsome, ugly nor bad. What then?, you may ask. Well, I’m the guy who dies in the first scene. But I die with tons of style and after an astonishing sword combat. Here my character, Viscount Valvert and my assassin, Cyrano:
And a family picture with my murderer making fun of me:
But don’t think I just die and that’s it, no sir. I appear a lot more, playing a wide range of characters: Lignier, the drunken poet; the monk who interrupts Christian and Roxane’s love scene and Farcit, the cadet. I enclose some images of different moments of the play so those who will come can have a little preview, and those who won’t can enjoy a little part of it.
Greetings from Jaumeland.