Langley Players' production of Bus Stop has been held over due to popular demand.

Langley Players' production of Bus Stop has been held over due to popular demand.

A few more stops for ‘Bus Stop

Langley Players' production of Bus Stop has been held over, giving audiences more opportunity to catch this sell-out show.

Langley Players’ production of Bus Stop has been held over due to popular demand.

Four more performances have been added. The show continues Thursday, Feb. 27, Friday, Feb. 28 and Saturday, March 1.

“This delightful play has been drawing sell-out crowds since opening night so we are extending the run,” announced the shows 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 down home characters from Kansas on the beautiful 1955 set that is Grace’s Diner.”

Bus Stop was written by William Inge and is directed by Helen Embury. It stars actors from Langley, South Surrey, North Vancouver and Chilliwack.

The play is set in a cheerful roadside diner in Kansas during the middle of a blizzard.

Show times are 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with the Sunday matinee at 2 p.m.

For reservations call 604-534-7469; email reservations@langleyplayers.com; or buy tickets online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/producer/133005 .

Visit www.langleyplayers.com for more information. All tickets are $15.

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