The Cast of Cyrano de Bergerac

We are extraordinarily proud to welcome an extremely fine group of actors to The Archive Theater for our upcoming September show Cyrano de Bergerac. We hope you will enjoy learning a little bit about them.

 

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Cyrano de Bergerac - Patrick David Wheeler

In 2017, following a recent move to Austin and after nearly a 5 year hiatus from theater, Patrick David Wheeler got the itch to start auditioning again and hasn't looked back since.  He has had the pleasure and great fortune to meet and work with so many talented and passionate individuals over the past two years and continues to grow as an artist both on and off the stage because of their ability, warmth, and generosity.  Some Austin credits include Bill Fordham in August: Osage County (BWW award, Best Featured Actor in a Drama), Amos Heart in Chicago, Shamreyev in The Seagull, and the title roles in both Hamlet and Macbeth. Patrick is so incredibly honored to be part of this production of Cyrano de Bergerac, and hopes you, like Cyrano, will live your truth, love always, and enjoy the show. Risk, Fail, Risk Again!

Individual Roles

Cyrano
Patrick Wheeler

Roxanne
Liz Waters

Christian
Brennan Patrick

Le Bret
Michael Rodriguez

De Guiche
Johnny Revicki

 

Ragueneau
Garry Peters

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Roxanne - Liz Waters

Liz Waters graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in New York. She is an active participant in the film, theatre, improv, and sketch comedy scenes in Austin. She played a role in both of HBO's SXSW immersive experiences. She was Miss Elizabeth in SXSWestworld and, most recently, she was Maris in the Game of Thrones' SXSWesteros. She is currently cast as Grace in Bottle Alley Theatre's The Rain Sessions. She was also in The City Theatre's productions of A Midsummer Night's Dream, as Helena, and Tartuffe, as Cléante. 

 She works for a local production company, 3 or Less Productions, where she is a producer, editor, writer, and camera operator. She played opposite Larry Miller in the film New Soul as Grace, as a gregarious after-life secretary. In her spare time she enjoys playing with her improv troupe, Documentary Later. Liz is excited and honored to bring Roxane to life in The Archive Theatre's production of Cyrano. You can see more of Liz at www.lizwaters.com.

Ensemble

First Marquis
Kirk Kelso

Second Marquis
(Christian Und.)

Joe Kelley

The Duenna
Susan Myburg

Captain Carbon (Cyrano Und.)
Robert Deike

Old Citizen
David Sharpe

Mother Marguerite
Chris Humphrey

 

Fourth Poet
Garrison Martt

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Christian - Brennan Patrick

Brennan Patrick is a recent graduate of The University of Texas at Austin, where he earned a degree in Journalism. Other recent roles in the Austin theatre community include Jean in Miss Julie for Filigree Theatre, Victor in Dry Land for Permanent Record Theatre, and an upcoming role in Filigree Theatre's world premiere of 100 Planes by Lila Rose Kaplan. He will also soon be appearing in The Merchant of Venice in Zilker Park with Austin Shakespeare and will be traveling to L.A. with 100 planes at the end of July. Brennan is very excited to be working with Archive Theater, and in such a historic venue.

Lignière
C. Robert Stevens

Valvert/Friar
Joe Falocco

Lise
Kim Carlson

Flower Girl
Jamie Cooley

Orange Girl
Joanna Casey

Sister Clair (Roxanne Und.)
Annie Merritt

 

Sister Adelle Alaithia Velez

Le Bret - Michael Rodriguez

Michael Rodriguez is a graduate of the University of Tampa double majoring in Film and English Literature. His parents are very kind to have allowed this. He's appeared in a handful of plays around Austin including City Theatre's production of Playhouse Creatures, Sam Bass Theatre's Inga Binga & Flaming Idiots, Bottle Alley Theatre's Wraith Radio, and Mercurial Theatre's The Colour Out of Space & Call of Cthulhu. Michael has never won an award or been nominated for anything, but did receive a nice mention in The Austin Chronicle one time, so there's that. He recently co-produced and performed in a feature film with Thirty Thousand Feet Productions titled Austin Weird that he highly recommends you check out.  

First Cadet
Zach Barrett

Second Cadet
James Lindsley

Third Cadet
Denver Surgener

Fourth Cadet
Stephen Cook

Fifth Cadet
Chris Casey

Sixth Cadet
Gary Godfrey

 

First Musketeer
Marc Carlson

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Second Musketeer
Katy Thompson

Pickpocket
Maggie Thompson

Citizen’s son
Abbey Benold

Sister Marthe
Antora deLong

The Duc de Guiche - Johnny Revicki

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.

 
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Ragueneau - Garry Peters

Garry Peters has been acting in the Austin area for over fifteen years. Previous stage work includes: Mary Page Marlowe (The Alchemy Theatre); For Peter Pan on Her 70th Birthday (Jarrott Productions); Stella and Lou and If I Forget(Southwest Theatre Productions); John Gabriel BorkmanAn Inspector Calls, and Molly Sweeney (Different Stages); The Great Society and All the Way (ZACH); The SeafarerA Man for All Seasons andCat on a Hot Tin Roof (City Theatre; B. Iden Payne Award for the latter); Waiting for LeftyThe North Plan, and Men of Tortuga (Street Corner Arts); and A Soldier’s Tale (Round Top Festival).  Among his film credits are the features Mars (delivering his lines in Russian), The Life of David Gale, and Richard Linklater’s internationally acclaimed Boyhood (where he has been immortalized as the mean old man next door telling the kid to “get off my lawn”). He has also appeared in the shorts Perils in Nude Modeling and Gay by Dawn among many others. He is thrilled to be a part of The Archive Theater’s premier production of Cyrano bringing life to Ragueneau, the prolific, purveyor, of poetry, and pastries!