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director of “Cyrano”

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The story of Cyrano de Bergerac is now re-envisioned as a musical with Peter Dinklage as the lead, and instead of a big nose, his stature is what keeps him from love.

Peter Dinklage portrays Cyrano — without the big nose. Why the 1897 story stays relevant

The story of Cyrano de Bergerac is now re-envisioned as a musical with Peter Dinklage as the lead, and instead of a big nose, his stature is what keeps him from love.

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