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DOUGLAS HODGE (Cyrano) is the consummate British actor who took New York by storm with his Tony award–winning (and Olivier award–winning) performance as "Albin" in La Cage Aux Folles. It was hilarious and electrifying, and he truly ignited the NY scene. Douglas has also had an incredible career on the London stage (from “Nathan Detroit” in Guys and Dolls to numerous productions of works by Shakespeare and Pinter), and on film and television (from Ridley Scott's Robin Hood to several leading roles in classic BBC dramas). Douglas also starred in John Osborne’s play Inadmissible Evidence at the Donmar Warehouse in London, in which he received an Olivier nomination and delivered a tour-de-force performance for a sold out run. He most recently wrapped the independent film Serena, directed by Susanne Bier, in Prague opposite Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence, and will next shoot Caught In Flight, directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel, opposite Naomi Watts, and Kevin Asch’s Affluenza in NY. Douglas is currently directing Torch Song Trilogy for the Menier Chocolate Factory in London.
CLÉMENCE POÉSY (Roxane). Theater: Tartuffe (Director Juliette Vilcour), Picasso 970 (Dir. Sylvie Gasteau), Mai 45 Mai 95 (Dir. Etienne Guichard), Le Dragon (Dir. Guichard). Film includes: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (1&2, Dir. David Yates), Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Dir. Mike Newell), 127 Hours (Dir. Danny Boyle), In Bruges (Dir. Martin McDonagh), Mr. Morgan’s Last Love (Dir. Sandra Nettlebeck), Jeanne Captive (Dir. Philippe Ramos). TV includes: “Gossip Girl”, “Birdsong” (BBC1), “Richard II” (BBC 2), “War and Peace” (Lux Vide), “Gunpowder Treason & Plot” (BBC), “Les Amants Du Flore” (Arte France).
PATRICK PAGE (Comte De Guiche). Broadway credits include creating the roles of Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin in Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark and The Grinch in How The Grinch Stole Christmas, three years as Scar in The Lion King and three years as Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast. Other Broadway credits include Henry VIII in A Man For All Seasons (Outer Critics nom.) opposite Frank Langella, Decius Brutus in Julius Caesar (with Denzel Washington), Scrooge in A Christmas Carol (standby for Roger Daltrey), and multiple roles in The Kentucky Cycle. Recently appeared as Max Detweiler in the Carnegie Hall benefit concert of The Sound of Music. Off-Broadway he has appeared in Richard II directed by Steven Berkoffat The Public Theatre, The Duchess of Malfi at Red Bull, and the title role in Rex at the York Theatre. Patrick is an Associate Artist with The Old Globe Theatre in San Diego and The Shakespeare Theatre Company in DC: roles at those theatres include Macbeth in Macbeth opposite Kelly McGillis, and Iago in Othello opposite Avery Brooks (Helen Hayes Award), Claudius in Hamlet, Cyrano in Cyrano De Bergerac (Craig Noel Award) Jeffrey Cordova in The Bandwagon (Craig Noel Award), Malvolio in Twelfth Night, and Pogo Poole in The Pleasure of His Company. Patrick’s other regional credits span 25 years, beginning with six years as leading actor for The Utah Shakespeare Festival. Since then he has played major roles at The Long Wharf, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Pittsburg CLO, Pioneer Theatre Company, Arizona Theatre Company, ACT, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Missouri Repertory Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, and many others. Patrick’s Film and TV credits include The Good Wife, All My Children, One Life to Live, Law and Order SVU, The Mystery of Matter, and The Substance of Fire. He is the recipient of The Princess Grace Award, The Utah Governor’s Medal for the Arts, and the William Shakespeare Award for Classical Theatre. Patrick is married to actress and TV host Paige Davis.
MAX BAKER (Le Bret). Max played Ragueneau in the last production of Cyrano de Bergerac on Broadway, and recently appeared in Jerusalem both on Broadway and London’s West End. Also: Mother Courage and Her Children for the Public (Shakespeare in the Park) and Howard Katz (Roundabout).  Off B'way: Abigail's Party, Comedians, What the Butler Saw, Goose-Pimples (New Group).  Film:  Newlyweds, Revolutionary Road, Constantine, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, The Island, Life or Something Like It, The Time Machine, Bailey's Billions, Nice Guy Johnny.  TV includes: “Medium,” “Fringe,” “NYPD Blue,” "L&O,”  “L&O SVU" "3rd Rock,” “Talk To Me". Max is a playwright and founding member of the NY indie band Eelwax Jesus. 
BILL BUELL (Ragueneau) has appeared on Broadway in Equus, The History Boys, Inherit the Wind, Urinetown, 42nd Street, Titanic, Tommy, Taking Steps, Big River, Annie, Once a Catholic, The First, Welcome to the Club, The Miser, and Anna Karenina. His off-Broadway credits include The Fourth Sister, Eight Days Backwards (Vineyard Theatre); Andorra, Waste (Theatre for a New Audience); Bad Habits, Aristocrats (Manhattan Theatre Club); Queens Boulevard (Signature Theatre Company); Kin, On the Bum, Violet (concert) (Playwrights Horizons); The Mysteries, The False Servant (Classic Stage Company); Picasso at the Lapine Agile, The Common PursuitWith The Public’s Shakespeare in the Park: Tartuffe, The Winter’s Tale, and Twelfth Night. Film and television credits include Across the Universe, Spy Game, Welcome to the Dollhouse, The Love Letter, Requiem for a Dream, Quiz Show, Palindromes, Kinsey, Dark Water, The Box; “Boardwalk Empire”, “30 Rock”, “Blue Bloods”, “The Bronx Is Burning”, “John Adams”, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”, “The Jamie Kennedy Experience”, “Law & Order”, “Ed”, “100 Centre Street” and “Cosby”.
GERALDINE HUGHES (Duenna & Marthe) is originally from West Belfast, Northern Ireland and a graduate of UCLA’s School of Theatre, Film and Television. Hughes received the Los Angeles Ovation, Garland and Drama Critics Circle Awards and a Drama League Award Nomination for Outstanding Performance for her solo play Belfast Blues, which she also wrote. She most recently was seen in the West End production of Jerusalem opposite Tony award–winner Mark Rylance after performing in the Broadway production this past year. Other theatre credits include: Molly Sweeney (Irish Repertory Theatre), Pumpgirl (MTC), Translations (MTC), Orson’s Shadow, The Cripple of Inishmaan, The Weir, The Architect. Television includes: “Nurse Jackie”, “Mercy”, “The Good Wife”, “Law and Order CI”, “Law & Order SVU”, “Law & Order”, “Murder, She Wrote: The Celtic Riddle”, “ER”. Film includes: Gran Torino, Rocky Balboa and the upcoming Dead Souls.
KYLE SOLLER (Christian). Kyle trained at RADA. Theatre credits include: Long Day’s Journey Into Night (Apollo Theatre); The Faith Machine Winner of the Milton Shulman Award for Outstanding Newcomer, Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2011, Nominated for the Dewynters London Newcomer of the Year Award, Awards 2012 (Royal Court Theatre); The Government Inspector Winner of the Milton Shulman Award for Outstanding Newcomer, Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2011, Nominated for the Dewynters London Newcomer of the Year Award, Awards 2012 (The Young Vic); The Glass Menagerie Winner of the Milton Shulman Award for Outstanding Newcomer, Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2011, Nominated for the Dewynters London Newcomer of the Year Award, Awards 2012 (The Young Vic); The Talented Mr Ripley (Northampton Royal Theatre); The Glass Menagerie (Shared Experience); Found In The Ground (The Wrestling School); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare’s Globe/Tour); Ice Cream (Royal Court Theatre); The Beautiful People (Finborough Theatre). Film credits include: Anna Karenina (Working Title Films).
PETER BRADBURY (Carbon de Castel-Jaloux). Broadway: That Championship Season, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, The Norman Conquests, A Man for all Seasons, Present Laughter, Hedda Gabler, The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial, The Herbal Bed. Off-Broadway: The City Club, Break of Noon, The Overwhelming, Tricks the Devil Taught Me, Snakebit, Bulrusher, Passion Play, Milk, Back from the Front, Surviving Grace, A Late Supper. Regional: Extensive. TV: “Boardwalk Empire”(HBO), “Unforgettable”, (CBS) “Sally Hemings” (CBS), “Rubicon” (AMC), “Law & Order”, “L&O: CI” (NBC), “Rescue Me” (FX). Proud dad of Emma and Grace.
JACK CUTMORE-SCOTT (Cuigy). Jack is delighted to return to Broadway after his debut in the Tony-nominated revival of Arcadia. Other: Ken in Red (Pittsburgh Public) and title roles in …Nicholas Nickleby (Boston Lyric) and Entertaining Mr. Sloane (Boston Publick). Jack wrote and starred in Making a Scene! (Edinburgh Fringe). LAMDA & Harvard BA. Thanks to DBA, Sinclair Management, MAB and all the C-S's.
MIKAELA FEELY-LEHMANN (Claire). Broadway debut. New York: 10x25, The New York Idea (Atlantic Theater Company), L(y)re (ArsNova ANTfest), West Lethargy (59E59/Edinburgh Fringe/FringeNYC), Unrequited (Public Theater Shakespeare Lab). Regional: The Children's Hour (Rep Stage) Training: B.F.A. NYU Tisch (Atlantic/Stonestreet), Public Theater Shakespeare Lab.
ANDY GROTELUESCHEN (Montefleury & Friar). Broadway debut. Off-Broadway: Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew (Theatre for a New Audience), Fiasco Theater's Cymbeline (Theatre for a New Audience, Barrow Street Theatre), Henry V (The Acting Company). NY Theatre: Twelfth Night (Fiasco Theater), Balm in Gilead, Monstrosity (13P), The Scariest (Exchange Theatre), The Amazing Ted Show! (Ars Nova).  Regional: The Servant of Two Masters (Yale Repertory Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre), Henry V (Guthrie Theater), The Moliere Impromptu, A Moon for the Misbegotten (Trinity Repertory Company).  Fiasco Theater company member. Training: BA from Marquette University, MFA from Brown University/Trinity Rep.
TIM MCGEEVER (Lignière). Tim McGeever returns to the Roundabout a fourth time with Cyrano de Bergerac. Previously he appeared in The Common Pursuit at the Laura Pels and Don’t Dress for Dinner and Les Liaisons Dangereuses, both at the American Airlines. Off-Broadway credits include Chaucer in Rome (Lincoln Center), The White Devil (BAM), Lifegame (Improbable UK), Tartuffe (The Public), Fully Committed (Cherry Lane). Tim played Zazu on the national tour of Disney's The Lion King. He has worked with many NYC companies and over 20 regional theaters. Tim trained at Juilliard and is originally from Indiana.
DREW MCVETY (Man #2). Broadway: Billy Elliot, Sunday in the Park with George (Roundabout), Spamalot (Shubert), Frozen (MCC Circle in the Square), Big River (Roundabout, Special Tony Award), Titanic (Original Cast), The Heidi Chronicles (Original Cast). First national tour: Cabaret, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Off-Broadway: Lone Star Love (Houseman), Corpus Christi (MTC; Drama Desk nomination); This Lime Tree Bower (American premiere, Primary Stages), The Substance of Fire (LCT), Twelfth Night, A Doll's House (Public Theater/Acting Company), Rosemary for Remembrance (Atlantic Theater), Red Memories (Circle Rep), The Heidi Chronicles, Substance of Fire (Playwrights Horizons), Pericles, Spyz (Workhouse), Tiny Mythic/Here, Lincoln Center Director's Lab, New York Stage and Film. Regional: Civil War Christmas, (Long Wharf) Lone Star Love (Seattle Fifth Ave. Pre-Broadway tryout), Scapin (Portland Stage), Les Liaisons Dangereuses (Pittsburgh Public), Fathers and Sons (Long Wharf), I Hate Hamlet, Reckless (Fulton Opera House). Television: “Unforgettable”, “Law & Order”, “Law & Order: SVU”, “Law & Order: CI”, “The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd”, Soaps. Film: The Boundary Man, Henry's Crime, New York Summer Project, Red Herring. Lucky husband of actress Nicole Van Giesen, proud father of Duncan Gray and Shaw Kirk.
FRANCES MERCANTI-ANTHONY (Amélie, Lise, Mother Marguérite). Broadway: Don’t Dress for Dinner, Jerusalem, Spring Awakening. Off-Broadway: Mr. Marmalade. Off-off Broadway: The Marriage Play, I Heart Kant. Comedienne, voice over artist, activist and renegade librarian at The People's Library at Occupy Wall Street.
OKIERIETE ONAODOWAN (Man #1). Broadway debut. Shake and bake. Off Broadway: Neighbors,The Public Theatre; Langston in Harlem, Urban Stages. Off-off: The Shipment, The Kitchen; Pontious Pilate The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Richmond Shepard Theatre; 1st National Tour: American Idiot; Regional: Ruined, Huntington Theater Co., Berkely Rep, La Jolla Playhouse; Coalhouse in Ragtime, NJPAC; Okieriete is also a professional lover of life and giver of hugs.
SAMUEL ROUKIN (Valvert). Broadway Debut. Theatre: The Kitchen, Henry IV, His Dark Materials (National Theatre); Great Expectations (RSC); Seven Jewish Children (Royal Court); Hamlet (Old Vic); Taming of the Shrew, King John (Bristol Old Vic). TV: “Richard II;” “Appropriate Adult;” “DCI Banks,” “Miss Austen Regrets;” “Housewife 49.” Film: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Happy-Go-Lucky, Solomon Kane, Bright Star. Training: Bristol Old Vic.
BEN STEINFELD (Musketeer) has previously appeared on Broadway as Monroe in Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. His off-Broadway credits include playing Iachimo/Arviragus in Fiasco Theater's Cymbeline, which he also co-directed, at the Barrow Street Theatre and Theatre for a New Audience (2012 off-Broadway Alliance Award—Best Revival), and Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson at The Public Theater.  He has acted in everything from Shakespeare and Shaw to musicals and world premieres at regional theaters throughout the country including: Center Theatre Group, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Portland Center Stage, Bread Loaf Acting Ensemble, and many shows with Trinity Repertory Company.  He will be featured opposite Christopher Plummer and Benjamin Walker in the upcoming HBO movie Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight, directed by Stephen Frears. Other TV/Film work inlcudes: "Law & Order: CI", "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon", and Grandfather Films' The Jew of Malta.  Ben is a co-founder/artistic director of Fiasco Theater, and a proud graduate of the Brown/Trinity Rep MFA program.
EDMOND ROSTAND (Playwright) b. Apr. 1, 1868, d. Dec. 2, 1918, was a French dramatist whose plays represent the final flowering of the 19th-century romantic tradition. His greatest work, Cyrano de Bergerac (1897; Eng. trans., 1898), was a dazzling popular success and remains a worldwide favorite to this day. Its hero, marred by an enormous nose, rises heroically above his bodily defect in scenes of unparalleled verve, wit, and pathos. One of Rostand's earlier works, The Romancers (1894; Eng. trans., 1899), has been adapted as the highly successful musical comedy The Fantasticks. His other plays include L'Aiglon (The Eaglet, 1900), a sentimental account of the life of Napoleon I's ill-starred son, and Chantecler (1910), in which all the characters are animals. In 1910, Rostand became the youngest writer to be elected to the Académie Française. He died a victim of the widespread influenza epidemic of 1918.
RANJIT BOLT (Translator) Order of the British Empire (OBE) (born 1959) is a British playwright and translator. He was born in Manchester of Anglo-Indian parents and is the nephew of playwright and screen-writer Robert Bolt. His father is literary critic Sydney Bolt, author of several books including A Preface to James Joyce, and his mother has worked as a teacher of English. Bolt was educated at The Perse School and Oxford University, and worked as a stockbroker for eight years but “I was desperate to escape, any escape route would have done, and translating turned out to be the one.” As well as his theater work he has published a novel in verse, Losing It, a book on translation: The Art of Translation, and a verse translation for children of the fables of La Fontaine, The Hare and the Tortoise. He was awarded the OBE in 2003 for services to literature. Asked about his approach to translating plays, he has said: “I try to follow the rule laid down by perhaps the greatest translator of all, John Dryden, who maintained that a translator should—and I paraphrase—make the version as entertaining as possible, while at the same time remaining as faithful as possible to the spirit of the original.” Bolt has translated or adapted many classic plays into English, most of them into verse. Work includes: The Liar (Old Vic, 1989) from Le Menteur by Pierre Corneille; The Illusion (Old Vic, 1990) from L’Illusion Comique by Pierre Corneille; The Sisterhood, from Les Femmes Savantes by Molière (Chichester Festival, 1991; Round House, Washington DC, 1993); Lysistrata (Old Vic, 1993); The Venetian Twins (Royal Shakespeare Company, 1993); Le Cid (Royal National Theatre, 1994); Tartuffe (Royal National Theatre, 2002; Oregon Shakespeare, 2005); The Miser (Chichester Festival, 1995); Oedipus Rex and Oedipus At Colonus (Royal National Theatre, 1996); The School for Wives, (West End 1996, Utah Shakespeare 2008); The Misanthrope (West End, 1998; Arena Stage, 2002; Merry Wives, the Musical, (Royal Shakespeare Company, 2006); The Waltz of the Toreadors, by Anouilh (Chichester Festival, 2007).
JAMIE LLOYD (Director). Recent theatre credits include The Duchess of Malfi (Old Vic); She Stoops to Conquer (National, Olivier Theatre); The Faith Machine, The Pride (Royal Court; Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement for The Pride), Inadmissible Evidence, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Passion, Polar Bears (Donmar; Evening Standard Award for Best Musical for Passion), Piaf (Donmar, also Vaudeville/Teatro Liceo, Buenos Aires/Nuevo Teatro Alcala, Madrid; Hugo Award for Best Director, Clarin Award for Best Musical Production, ADEET Award for Best Production); The Little Dog Laughed (Garrick), Three Days of Rain (Apollo), The Lover and The Collection (Comedy) and Elegies: a Song Cycle (Arts) in the West End; Salome (Headlong); Eric's (Liverpool Everyman) and The Caretaker (Sheffield Crucible and Tricycle). His future projects include The School for Scandal (Theatre Royal, Bath) and Cyrano de Bergerac (Roundabout/American Airlines Theatre, Broadway). Jamie was Associate Director of the Donmar from 2008 to 2011. He is the Associate Artist of Headlong.

Soutra Gilmour—Set and Costume Designer
Japhy Weideman—Lighting Designer
Dan Moses Schreier—Sound Designer