Rebecca Strom and Hannah Cenaiko play Susanna and Nola in Surrey Little Theatre's production of Home Fires.

SLT fired up for latest production

Home Fires opens April 18 and runs until May 18 at Surrey Little Theatre

Surrey Little Theatre is keeping the home fires burning.

With a cast that includes a trio of Langley performers, the community theatre which lies just down the road in Surrey’s Clayton neighbourhood, is set to present their final play of the season and Fraser Valley Zone Festival entry.

Home Fires, written by Jack Heifner, follows Nettie, a woman raising three teenage children on her own, and four young woman boarders struggling to make their way in small town Texas during and just after the Second World War.

“Life makes some people bitter and some people better; not all the victories or all the casualties were on the battlefields,” said co-director Paul Cowhig.

Among the cast are Langley actors Hannah Cenaiko, as Nola, Emily Gingera, as Maydene, and Loryn LeGear as June. Home Fires runs each Thursday to Saturday at 8 p.m. from April 18 to May 18 with Sunday matinees at 2 p.m.

Tickets are $15. To reserve, call 604 576-8451 or go to or

Surrey Little Theatre is located at 7027 184 St.

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