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Coquelin(A) / Cyrano 1900

CONSTANT COQUELIN Aine (elder) French actor in the role of Cyrano de Bergerac

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1841 Aine Bergerac Constant Coquelin Cyrano Elder Role Ruff Stick Performing


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This photograph captures the esteemed French actor Constant Coquelin (Aine) in the iconic role of Cyrano de Bergerac, as depicted in the 1909 production of the historical play. The image, taken during the early 20th century, showcases Coquelin's masterful portrayal of the poetic and swordsman character created by Edmond Rostand in 1897. Coquelin, born in 1841, was a renowned figure in French theatre, known for his versatility and dedication to his craft. In this photograph, he dons the distinctive ruff collar, a symbol of the 17th century setting, and wields a menacing stick, embodying the physical and emotional intensity of Cyrano de Bergerac. The actor's piercing gaze and expressive facial features further emphasize the depth of his performance. The play, set in Paris during the late 1600s, follows the story of Cyrano de Bergerac, a talented yet self-conscious soldier and poet, who falls deeply in love with his friend Roxane but is unable to express his feelings due to his large nose. He writes love letters for the handsome Christian, who eventually wins Roxane's heart. The tragic tale of unrequited love and sacrifice unfolds, leaving audiences moved by the poignant storytelling and the unforgettable character of Cyrano. This photograph serves as a testament to Constant Coquelin's extraordinary talent and his ability to bring the complex and beloved character of Cyrano de Bergerac to life on the stage. The image, taken in 1909, offers a glimpse into the rich history of French theatre and the enduring legacy of one of its most cherished plays.

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