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Two satirical farces constitute the season's second offering by the recently formed Actors' Playhouse, opening tomorrow evening for a three-week run at the Hotel Bostonian.

Boubouroche and Article 330 by Georges Courteline -- who, with Feydeau, was one of the two foremost modern French comic dramatists-- will be presented in translations by Alfred Bermel and Jacques Barzun, respectively.

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