Digital Archive:Cast list, Cyrano de Bergerac (2009)

Listing show dates and detailing cast, creative and production teams



translated & adapted by ANTHONY BURGESS


Cast in order of appearance

The Doorkeeper – Gary Oliver

A Cavalryman – Peter Hinton

A Musketeer – Ross Armstrong

Flunkies – Jim Creighton, Tommy Luther

Guard – Jonathan Forbes

Flower Girl – Louise Bangay

Drunkard – Joseph Chance

A Fat Man – Sion Tudor Owen

Citizen – David Weston

His Son – Grant Harris or George Goldsmid

A Pickpocket – Julian Forsyth

Two Boys – Ben Duncan-Duggal or Freddie Burgess

Joe Duncan-Duggal or Sam Robinson

A Food Seller – Jo Herbert

Two Marquises – Laurence Spellman, Tom Andrews

Cuigy – Jack James

The Poet, Ligniere – Richard Trinder

Baron Christian de Neuvillette, a Norman – Stephen Hagan

Ragueneau, a pastry cook – Paul Grunert

Le Bret – Sjhane Attwooll

Roxane, Cyrano’s Cousin – Alice Eve

Her Duenna – Tilly Blackwood

Le Comte de Guiche – Scott Handy

Le Vicomte de Valvert – Jonathan Forbes

Montfleury, a tragic actor – Sion Tudor Owen

Cyrano de Bergerac – Joseph Fiennes

Bellerose, the Actor Manager – Jim Creighton

Jodelet, the Comedian – Julian Forsyth

Actors – Peter Hinton, Tommy Luther, Jonathan Forbes

Cooks – Richard Trinder, Joseph Chance, David Weston, Sion Tudor Owen

Apprentice – Tommy Luther

Lise, Rageuneau’s Wife – Louise Bangay

A Musketeer – Laurence Spellman

Poets – Sion Tudor Owen, Peter Hinton, Joseph Chance, Jim Creighton, Ross Armstrong

Carbon, Captain of the Gascony Cadets – Gary Oliver

The Gascony Cadets – Jonathan Forbes   Peter Hinton   Richard Trinder

Joseph Chance   Jim Creighton   Ross Armstrong

Tommy Luther   Tom Andrews   Laurence Spellman

Writer – David Weston

A Man of Letters – Julian Forsyth

Pages – Ben Duncan-Duggal or Freddie Burgess

Joe  Duncan-Duggal or Sam Robinson

A Capuchin Monk – Julian Forsyth

Sentries – Jack James, Sion Tudor Owen

Bertrandou – Julian Forsyth

A Spanish Officer – David Weston

Sister Marthe, formally The Duenna – Tilly Blackwood

Mother Marguerite – Louise Bangay

Sister Claire – Jo Herbert

Community Cast – Sarah Blackford, Peter Coxon, Owen Ford, Charlie Hancock

Hugo Jackson, Mike Jupp, Eleanor Marssden, Mark Newton

Robert Skillicorn, Georgette Woolgar, Matthew Wright


Director – Trevor Nunn

Designer – Robert Jones

Lighting Designer – Tim Mitchell

Music – Steven Edis

Sound Designer – John Leonard

Associate Director – Joe Harmston

Fight Director – Malcolm Ranson

Casting Director – Joyce Nettles

Costume Supervisor – Lynette Mauro

Props Supervisor – Lisa Buckley

Wigs Supervisor – Danuta Finbow

Assistant Director-  Michael Oakley

Assistant Designer – Bec Chippendale

Assistant Costume Supervisor – Nicole Smith

Assistant Props Supervisor – Lizzie Frankl

Prosthetics – Glynn McKay


Production Manager – Dan Watkins

Company Manager – Charlotte Warner

Stage Manager – Pip Horobin

Deputy Stage Manager – Lou Bann

Assistant Stage Managers – Cara Boardman, Caroline Steele


May: Fri 8 OUP, Sat 9 OUP, Mon 11 OUP, Tue 12P, Wed 13P, Thu 14PN, Fri 15, Sat 16m&e,

Mon 18(PT), Tue 19 Cancelled, Wed 20 Cancelled, Thu 21m&e, Fri 22, Sat 23m&e,

Mon 25, Tue 26, Wed 27m(D)&e(S), Thu 28(T), Fri 29(D), Sat 30m&L


OUP = Open University Preview

P = Preview

PN = Press Night

D = Audio Described Performance

S = Sign Interpreted Performance

PT = Pre Show Talk

T = Post Show Discussion ‘After Words’

m = matinee

e = evening

L = Last Night


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