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Romancers is a delightful play that blends humor, wit, and romance in a charming and entertaining way. Edmond Rostand's clever dialogue and comedic timing keep the audience engaged from beginning to end. The characters are lovable and quirky, each with their own quirks and motivations that add depth to the story.

The plot is filled with twists and turns, making for an engaging and enjoyable read. Rostand's writing is clever and witty, with plenty of clever one-liners and humorous situations that keep the audience laughing throughout. The play also explores themes of love, identity, and society in a thought-provoking and lighthearted way.

Overall, Romancers is a delightful play that is sure to entertain and charm readers of all ages. With its well-written characters, engaging plot, and witty dialogue, it is a must-read for anyone looking for a fun and entertaining literary experience.

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By the author of Cyrano de Bergerac, this comic-romance formed the basis for the long-running 1960's musical "The Fantasticks". - Summary by WendyKatzHiller Persons in the Play: Sylvette: Jenn Broda Percinet: Joanna Michal Hoyt Straforel: Larry Wilson Bergamin: ToddHW Pasquinot: Wayne Cooke Blaise : Rebecca Brown Stage Directions: WendyKatzHiller Edited by: WendyKatzHiller Proof-listened by: sanved23, WendyKatzHiller and Rapunzelina

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