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The action takes place in a S um m er Resort near Vienna in th e year 1872 Act I

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Act II

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Act III...............A local jail 6 a.m . the following morning Augmented Orchestra conducted by TERRY O ’C O N N O R Ballets by MURIEL CUFFE

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