I was more than impressed with the richness and specificity of the character that Sean created in Cyrano – his writhing and tenderness and relationship with his too-attractive best friend is what gives this play its vitality and its laughs and its moments of utter truth.
The play also uses every second with intentionality — whether it’s to be fiendishly entertaining, advancing a well-paced plot, or developing its characters and their complex relationships.
What I didn't like
“My only criticism is that there wasn’t more of it.”
My overall impression
If you ever wanted to see Sean Peter Drohan playing himself in concentrate while critiquing modern lust (love?) and friendship, this is your play.