Meet us Mondays: Meet Johnny Revicki who plays our Comte de Guiche

Johnny Revicki is making his acting debut in Texas, having recently moved from Connecticut.  He is thrilled to be jumping into the thriving arts scene in Austin playing such a delicious character in the Comte de Guiche.  Before moving to Austin, Johnny has most recently been seen in two productions of “The Diary of Anne Frank,” including an award-winning performance as Mr. Frank with Landmark Community Theater.  Previously he was seen on stage as Bob in Connecticut Theatre Company’s production of “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.”  He also directed two award-winning productions with Connecticut Theatre Company, “Shadowlands” and “Boeing Boeing.”  Johnny is thrilled to be working with this impressively talented group of artists for his premiere in Texas.

Cyrano de Bergerac Promo Pictures

We got fabulous promo pictures of Cyrano de Bergerac back from our photographer Steve Rogers. Here are a few for your enjoyment.

Roxanne dreams of a love filled with passion and poetry.

Roxanne dreams of a love filled with passion and poetry.

Cyrano and Christian are both in love with Roxane, but Christian thinks himself too stupid to win her heart and Cyrano thinks himself too ugly. Photo by Steve Rogers

Cyrano and Christian are both in love with Roxane, but Christian thinks himself too stupid to win her heart and Cyrano thinks himself too ugly. Photo by Steve Rogers

Cyrano lends his ready wit to help Christian write love letters to Roxane. The same letters he has written in his heart a thousand times before. Photo by Steve Rogers

Cyrano lends his ready wit to help Christian write love letters to Roxane. The same letters he has written in his heart a thousand times before. Photo by Steve Rogers

Roxane, reads the letters and falls madly in love, but with which man? Photo by Steve Rogers

Roxane, reads the letters and falls madly in love, but with which man? Photo by Steve Rogers

Cyrano duels the insulting Vicomte de Valvert. Photo by Steve Rogers

Cyrano duels the insulting Vicomte de Valvert. Photo by Steve Rogers