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Rostand

Edmond . 1868--1918, French playwright and poet in the romantic tradition; best known for his verse drama Cyrano de Bergerac (1897)
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Como ha senalado en entrevistas, curiosamente Ozon no sabia nada de la cinta de Lubitsch cuando se dispuso a adaptar la obra de Rostand.
In 1910 Rostand became the youngest writer to be elected to the Academie Francaise.
It is a real pleasure for me to re-join a firm with the ambition and capabilities to make an impact in the energy industry and I am looking forward to working with the teams to achieve this" said Antoine Rostand.
Although the Interviews with Claude Rostand have been translated in their entirety, Notes from the Heart contains only a fraction of the material from the other categories.
If Rostand himself becomes a cult figure, so too does the actor Coquelin who plays Cyrano; but the real star of this extended media show is without question Sarah Bernhardt.
Bruno Rostand, Associate Vice-President for International Affairs.
Antoine Rostand, President of SBC commented: "Since its launch five years ago, SBC has been about transforming the world's energy business for the 21st Century.
Starting with the biggest fish, he lambastes Rousseau, who evidently had sex with whatever came along; Jean Lorrain, a flamboyant late 19th-century writer; novelist Marcel Proust; the much admired and very out actor Edouard de Max; Maurice Rostand, the effeminate playwright son of the author of Cyrano de Bergerac; and poets Paul Verlaine and Arthur Rimbaud.
THERE was a special air of anticipation for this world premiere of Birmingham Royal Ballet director David Bintley's new work based on the Edmond Rostand play Cyrano de Bergerac.
Cyrano'' is an 1897 French verse drama by Edmond Rostand, very loosely based on the actual historical figure Cyrano de Bergerac, a 17th century soldier and scientific author.
Still, it is possible to generalize and say that most off-Broadway musicals will fall comfortably into one of two categories: the spiritual descendants of The Threepenny Opera, the caustic Brecht-Weill musical that was resuscitated off-Broadway in 1954 after failing on Broadway in '33, and the descendants of The Fantasticks, the sweet, minimalist musical, based on a forgotten Edmond Rostand play, that has been running in its tiny Greenwich Village theater for forty-one years.
Then he had her play-act a scene from Cyrano de Bergerac, the play by Edmond Rostand about a man with an unspeakably large nose whose words and honor win the heart of the lovely Roxanne.