Illinois Staats-Zeitung -- December 25, 1876Merry Christmas.
Those who prefer to celebrate Christmas outside of the family circle will have a choice of many places to go.
Wurster's theatrical troupe will present the play "Heinrich Heine" in Standard Hall.
The comedy "Berliner in Philadelphia" will be given in the Vorwarts Turner Hall. The play was much applauded at its first presentation.
Friends of the popular drama will have an opportunity to see Dr. Johann's "Faust's Life, Deeds and Descent to Hell" in the Concordia People's Theater.2
The pantomine "Jack and the Beanstalk" will be given in the Adelphi Theater.
Musical numbers and little dramatic plays will be given in the Coliseum as well as in the Toledo. The German Amusement Club is organizing a theatrical presentation in Thielemann's Theater in which "The Clever Widow" will be given. A dance will close the evening. A big evening entertainment and dance will take place in Eigenmann's Hall, 792 Archer Ave.
The Concordia lodge, No. 15 will give its 11th dance in the North Side Turner Hall; Harmony lodge No. 221 will give a Christmas dance in Globe Hall; the Uhland lodge its first dance in Burlington Hall. The Singers' Club, Orpheus, will give a dance in its own hall.
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