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"JALOUSE" TO BE NEXT CERCLE FRANCAIS PLAY

Light Comedy of Bisson to be Given for First Time in Boston April 9--To be Staged at Copley Theatre

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Changing from the classic verse of Moliere to the light comedy of Bisson, the Cercle Francais has announced "Jalouse" as their next production to be given at the Copley Theatre on April 9.

This is a comedy in three acts, written by Alexander Bisson and Adolphe Leclereq, authors of "Le Depute de Bombignac," a production which the Cercle Francais staged in Boston last fall.

This will be the first time "Jalouse" has been produced in Boston. The cast is as follows: Lucien Moreuil  J. R. Robinson '25 Brunois  Ernest Perrin Pironeau  Richard Waldron 11 Francois  F. P. Dunne Jr. '25 Muscadet  Ernest Iselin '26 Ludovic Brunois  R. D. Merian '27 Du Taillis  William Graves 21 Madame Brunois  Anna Hubbard Germaine Moreuil  Rebecca Williams Dolores  Joan Barton Susanne  Mary Otis Ambroisine  Edith Parker Julie  Charlotte Mosely Denise  Harriet Boydon

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