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It’s not too late to catch the bus

Langley Players’ production of Bus Stop is proving so popular with audiences that it has been held over at the Langley Playhouse for four additional performances. Pictured, from left, are: Sheila Greentree, Peter Godard, Sarah Green, Dayna Thomas, Mike Parker and Joe Tenta, with David J. Bodor drunk on the floor. - submitted photo
Langley Players’ production of Bus Stop is proving so popular with audiences that it has been held over at the Langley Playhouse for four additional performances. Pictured, from left, are: Sheila Greentree, Peter Godard, Sarah Green, Dayna Thomas, Mike Parker and Joe Tenta, with David J. Bodor drunk on the floor.
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Bus Stop, the latest comedic offering from Langley Players, is drawing a crowd. In fact, the production, on now at the Langley Playhouse, 4307 200 St., is so popular that they’ve added four more showings: Feb. 23,   Feb. 27,  Feb. 28 and   March 1.

“This delightful play has been drawing sell out crowds since opening night so we are extending the run,” said the show’s producer, Marjorie Van Roon.

“This will give the people who couldn’t get tickets, the opportunity to come to the Playhouse and spend the evening with the downhome characters from Kansas on the beautiful 1955 set that is Grace’s Diner.”

Show times are 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with the Sunday matinee at 2 p.m. Call 604-534-7469; email reservations@langleyplayers.com.

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