Jennifer Garner Makes Broadway Debut

Actress Jennifer Garner, who won a Golden Globe in 2002 for role as a CIA agent in the ABC series "Alias," poses for a portrait April 3, 2004, in Los Angeles. Garner, who stars in Sony Pictures film "13 Going on 30," portrays a girl who plays a game on her 13th birthday and wakes up the next day as a 30-year-old woman.
One of the theater's most famous noses will be back on Broadway this season.

Kevin Kline will play the title character in a revival of "Cyrano de Bergerac," opening Nov. 1 at the Richard Rodgers Theatre. Jennifer Garner will co-star as Cyrano's beloved Roxanne.

Edward Rostand's classic romance, translated and adapted by Anthony Burgess, will begin previews Oct. 12. The limited engagement will run through Dec. 23.

Daniel Sunjata will play Christian, the handsome soldier also in love with Roxanne.

Photos: Jennifer Garner
Kline, a two-time Tony winner, starred in a production of "King Lear" last season at the Public Theater.

"Cyrano de Bergerac" will be Garner's Broadway debut. She is best known for her starring role in the television series "Alias."

Sunjata, currently starring in the ESPN miniseries "The Bronx Is Burning," was seen on Broadway in Richard Greenberg's baseball drama "Take Me Out."

The production will be directed by David Leveaux.

"Cyrano de Bergerac" was last seen on Broadway in 1984 in a Royal Shakespeare Company production starring Derek Jacobi and Sinead Cusack. Jose Ferrer starred in a popular revival of the play in 1946 and received an Oscar in 1950 for his performance in a film version.