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For several weeks the Dramatic Club has been rehearsing its coming adaptation of Carlo Gozzi's "The Love of the Three Oranges" in the Barn around on Church Street. Barely ten days remain before the opening performance, and quiet rehearsals are essential.
Yesterday an officer from the City of Cambridge came and told the Dramatic Club that The Barn is to be torn down this morning. The widening of Church Street has taken toil of several structures in the neighborhood, but had spared The Barn. Now it is the turn of that ancient and venerable building.
So the Dramatic Club has got to rehearse somewhere else, and decide its location very quickly. It has been suggested that the choice fall upon Parke Snow's vacant store on Massachusetts Avenue, but at present just where the Dramatic Club will move its papier-mache brick walls and scenic archways, and its Three Oranges is a secret.
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