In Scene 6, Roxane's duenna enters the theater and asks Cyrano to meet Roxane. Elated, he makes an appointment to meet her at Ragueneau's pastry shop the next morning at seven o'clock. Cyrano is ecstatic; he feels invincible; he feels that he needs to fight whole armies.Brissaille enters with the drunken Lignière, saying that Lignière, is in trouble. Lignière explains that his poem has gotten him into difficulties; Cyrano orders his entourage to follow and watch, but not to interfere. He will defend Lignière himself because he once saw his friend perform a lovely romantic gesture. Cyrano leaves the stage twenty paces ahead of the rest — officers, comedians, actresses, and musicians — pausing only to explain that it was necessary to send a hundred men to kill Lignière because it is well known that he is a friend of Cyrano's.
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