Kevin Kline in the title role of Cyrano de Bergerac sounds like casting made in heaven, and, indeed, in the current Broadway revival of Edmond Rostand's 1897 play directed by David Leveaux at the Richard Rodgers Theatre, Kline is a charming, verbally agile Cyrano, who seems to be having fun playing the role. But real kudos go to the designers — Don Holder, lighting; Tom Pye, sets; Gregory Gale, costumes; and David van Tiegham, music — who solved the problem of multiple locales in period ...

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