The Cerele Francais will give the first performance of its twenty-fifth annual play, "La Double Belle-Mere," in Copley Hall, Boston, Thursday evening. The play is a charming, refined comedy in three acts by Alexandre Bisson and Antony Mars. Tickets at $1.50 and $1 for this performance and for the second one. Friday evening, may be secured from C. W. Cheney '15, and at Herrick's or Copley Hall on the nights of the performances.
Cerele Francais Production
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