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Rehearsals for the production by the Deutscher Verein of Gustave von Moser's three-act play, "Der Veilchenfresser," have begun and will continue regularly until April 2 and 3, the dates set for the Cambridge and Boston performances. Mr. August Vatter of Roxbury, who was coach for last year's play, has been re-engaged for the present production. The scenery and costumes will be more elaborate than those of any previous play given by the Verein, and the whole undertaking this year is on a greatly extended scale.
Applications for seats may be sent to Howard Kellogg, Randolph 2. Seats will be assigned in the order in which applications are received; there will be no public a sale. The price of tickets for the Cambridge performance at Brattle Hall is $1.00; for the Boston performance at Union Hall, orchestra seats $1.50, balcony seats $1.00. Books of the play may be had of Koehler and Co., 149 A Tremont street, Boston.
The cast has been definitely chosen as follows:
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