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Also translated into Finnish, Italian (1920; 2002 for performance by Teatro Stabile di Catania), Rumanian (1969), Polish (1911), Portuguese(? Collected by his grandson and viewed at Arnaga, June 2010. In Russian, two versions appeared in the Seventies: E. In 1927 a successful production in Czech at the National Theatre of Prague (translation printed in Smêr magazine), encouraged the Théâtre Porte-Saint-Martin to revive Rostand’s play, where it was also a success.
This was Kramer’s fourth film, and the one that established him financially as an independent film producer. by Video Yesteryear, also one of five titles featured on Monterey Classics, 2 (Monterey Home Videos) 1959: Samourai Saga (Aru Kengo no shogai), film version by Hiroshi Inagaki 1963: Abel Gance’s imagined an encounter between the two heroes, but this film was not a success. 1969: Stanley Kramer thought of filming the American musical version of Cyrano de Bergerac, but never did. By Naum Berman, starring Olga Kabo, Grigory Gladiy, etc. Some inventions, but keeps the spirit of the original very well. to producer/writer Rusty Lemorande (Virgin Pictures, London. juré, variation on the Cyrano theme by Jacques Monnet, set in the Second World War 1996: , an opera, Metropolitan Opera House, New York: music by composer and conductor Walter Damrosch, English libretto by W. by Maurizio Arena; starring American singers William Johns and Olivia Stapp. Book and lyrics, Koen van Dijk, translated into English by Peter Reeves; music by Ad van Dijk , starring Bill van Dijk and Anne Runolfsson. Due to a technician’s strike, this was not a public performance, but just done for the DVD: the world ‘s first videorecording of this opera. (Jane Wenham, Tim Seely, Patrick Barr) 1990, 31 Dec.BULINGE, Philippe & LAVOREL, Guy, , with illustrations and notes on the 1990 Paris production starring Jean-Paul Belmondo, and information about earlier French productions (Paris: “Les Trois Coups”, Éditions Sévigny, 1990) Classiques Larousse, Librairie Larousse (2000); notes by Patrice Pavis Flammarion, (2000) ed. 1964), 3 VERNOIS, Paul: “Architecture et écriture théâtrales dans Cyrano de Bergerac,”, Travauz de linguistique et de literature de l’Université de Strasbourg, IV, 2, 1966, 111-138 HALL, , in verse (New York: Doubleday & Mc Clure, 1898; London, 1900). Found in numerous anthologies in 1930s and 40s.* Also on internet at cylinder; also on CD-Rom, “Le Théâtre Parisien” (1993, EMI, USA and France) Sarah Bernhardt, excerpts, on “Great Actors of the past”, CD-Rom, 1977 (Argo SW 510) With has been translated into Italian (1919), Polish (1920 (twice) and 1922 ), Rumanian, Spanish (1950 – the 1929 version), Catalan (1909 – for stage production), Hungarian (1904) and German (1905, by Friedrich von Oppeln-Bronikowski (the official German version). Kraft’s version in octosyllabic verse was also written in 1905 but had to wait for publication later in the USA, though extracts were published in 1907 in (Marburg), used as a companion to the frequently reprinted French edition as a school text.Willy de Spens Livre de poche, Librairie générale française (2000); notes by Pierre Barillet and Patrice Pavis Collection Folio, Éditions Gallimard (1999); notes by Patrick Besnier Univers des Lettres Bordas, Bordas (1998); notes & questions by Pierre Lauxerois “Lire et voir les classiques”, Presses Pocket (1998); preface and notes by Claude Aziza Une Oeuvre, un thème, Classiques Hatier, Hatier (1997): Cyrano de Bergerac, Personnages extravagants; extracts from various texts, with commentaries by Sophie Valle “Classiques et cie”, Hatier(2005); notes and dossier by Nicholas Leclerc Also Collections Hachette, Plon, Collections Balises, Collection Avant-Scène théâtre (1997), etc. KINGSBURY, Howard T.,, in blank verse (Boston & London, 1898).* The version used by Richard Mansfield; in anthologies as late as 1970. THOMAS, Gladys & GUILLEMARD, Mary F., , in blank verse (New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, inc., 1923; London: Allen & Unwin, 1924) Replaced Howard Kingsbury’s version for Walter Hampden and later actors, until 60s.* Used for José Ferrer’s film, and as basis for Frank Langella’s Cyrano, an adaptation using ony thirteen actors (New York: Broadway Play Publishing, Inc.) Numerous re-editions; still in print. In the Netherlands, the French text was used in schools, though there is at least one unpublished translation. Karmi, Tel Aviv, 1986; in Hungarian: E.Ábányi (Budapest 1955); there is a Japanese translation (1951) and one in Lettish (Riga, 1937); in Norwegian: M. In the Netherlands, the contemporary reciter, Henri Dekking, who had translated Rostand’s other plays, did a partial translation for his own performances (unpublished). 1995, Philadelphia, Adhesive Theatre company; 2005, April – May, New York, Teatro de la Tea, ditto. unknown date: Jean-Christophe Averty (see below for television; active in TV, Radio and films), made a film version using his special “incrustation video” technique of filming actors against a blue background with drawn décor (Google) 1930s – 1950s: Walt Disney tried (until 1968), but failed, to make a cartoon of Chantecler. d’Edmond Rostand” (Mémoire universitaire, Lyon III) See Paul, n was performed in three separate (unpublished) translations in 19 in the Netherlands and was also a school text in French. It has also been translated (and been performed) into Danish (1921), Czech (1920), later Hungarian (1993), German (1925), Italian (1903), Polish (1901, 1913), Rumanian (1920? From April 29th, on tour to Marseilles, provinces, Belgium, with Jane Grumbach as the duke 1901, June. ), Spanish (1950), and German (1956, based on an earlier (undated) translation). The decor is true to the original production; Rostand saw this cartoon.Exuberant rhyming verse, faithful to original but now rather dated. Van Wyck (1947), Louis Untermeyer, 1954, Barry Kornhauser (2003), Charles Marowitz (1995), H. Première: 1895, 5th April, at the Théâtre de la Renaissance, with Sarah Bernhardt, Édouard de Max, Lucien Guitry; music by Gabriel Pierné, 30 perfs. Première of the version revised by Rostand in 1908; Vera Sergine, Henri Rollan, Paul Bernard – a success 1895, June. Première: 1897, 14th April (Holy Week) at the Théâtre de la Renaissance, with Sarah Bernhardt; music by Gabriel Pierné. Sarah Bernhardt, in French, at Globe Theatre, New York Drame lyrique in 3 actes, by Max d’Ollone, performed at the Opéra, Paris, July 1937 On French radio France-Musique: D’Ollone’s , freely adapted by W. Sarah Bernhardt, 1903, excerpts, on HMV GC 31172 (78 rpm, now on CD-rom); HMV E 326[not on globalnet.] and Audio 2465 are both in the BBC Gramophone Record Library.
FORSYTH, James, (adapted version for Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis (New York: Knopf,1971)); closer version for 1983 RSC performance in London (London: Hutchinson, 1985): free and vivacious modern translation in rhythmic verse. Later version drawn on for subtitles in J-P Rappeneau’s 1990 film. Vin Books, 1990; Bantam Books, 1981; Applause Books, 1998). Whitehall (1944), John Murrell(1995) *A detailed comparison of these six translations will be found in my Master of Philosophy thesis, “Edmond Rostand: Cyrano’s Success” (University of East Anglia, England, 1977). At Daly’s Theatre, London, in French, starring Sarah Bernhardt. Revived regularly by Sarah Bernhardt, usually in Holy Week. 1910, Edison 35013 ( 4-minute cylinder); also on CD-Rom, “Le Théâtre Parisien” (1993, EMI, USA and France) DARLINGTON, W. Also translated into Czech (reprinted 1960); Italian (1903); Polish (1899); Portuguese and Spanish (1902, reprinted 1906).
BAIR, Lowell, into English are Patrick Garland, Charles Renauld (1899), Helen B. (Amsterdam, 1933), and from Thom Christoph’s comprehensive list of translations of all Rostand’s plays, which he kindly made available to the Genge Press for sharing. Of several Dutch translations, that by Baarslag (performed but unpublished except in School en Leven (April – Nov. He did not approve of Willem Kloos, (Amsterdam, 1898) nor R. Moorgat’s was, he considered, improved in performance by the actor, Hubert La Roche. A., vol.2 (New York, 1934) Very popular in the Netherlands: two classic editions by Hovingh & Bitter, and by M. The German translator, Ludwig Fulda, published promptly in1894 (reprinted in 1914).
Contemporary translations were also swiftly produced in Italy (Mario Gobbe, Portici, 1898, repub. A new German verse translation by Thom Christoph awaits a publisher.
by Markus Frank, with Kiel Opera Chorus, starring Uhl, Mc Namara and Sadnik (formerly Cyrano). Choreography by Roland Petit, musical score by Marius Constant. Stephen Jefferies and Lesley Collier alternated with Irek Mukhamedor and Viviana Durante as Cyrano and Roxane. (SML) , 1960, directed by Claude Barma, with Daniel Sorano as Cyrano (RTV).
In May 2009, he chose this opera for his farewell performance at the Châtelet theatre, Paris. , with Roland Petit and Zizi Jeanmaire, at the Alhambra, Paris. Music by Wilfred Joseph, choreography David Bintley. I have seen this: an absolute delight; faithful to the love story; beautifully (and wittily) danced and acted to appropriate and enjoyable music; applause-winning sets: a great success with the audience and worthy addition to the Cyrano repertoire.
Revived regularly at Théâtre Sarah Bernhardt until WW2.