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An adaptation of Edmond Rostand's Cyrano de Bergerac by Mora V. Harris
Directed by Marya Sea Kaminski

Burdened with a notable nose and useless playwriting degree, Sara is thrilled when a tech startup hires her to assist in their facial recognition software research. There she meets Kris, a gorgeous but socially awkward computer scientist who struggles to be taken seriously. When Kris confesses that she’s falling for Rocky, the handsome and intensely sensitive actor they’ve hired to make faces, the two women hatch a scheme in which Sara scripts Kris’ flirtation. But when Sara’s feelings for Rocky become more reality than virtual, a flaw in the code emerges.

Mora V. Harris’ imaginative update to Edmond Rostand’s French farce Cyrano de Bergerac shows that when we take romance online, it’s easier than ever to get your signals crossed.

Starring Hope Anthony, Amanda Leigh Jerry, Jenny Malarkey, Nicholas Robert Ortiz, Becki Toth, and Marielle Young.

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