Dinner With Friends stars Gemma Martini

Held over: Dinner with Friends announces three more performances

The Langley Players' fall production is a bitter sweet comedy that looks at what happens to two couples amid marriage problems.

Langley Players’ season opener, Dinner with Friends, a bittersweet comedy currently enjoying a run at the Langley Playhouse, is being held over.

Three performances have been added to the show’s run, originally set to wrap up Nov. 21.

Those extra performances are on Thursday, Nov. 26, Friday, Nov. 27 and Saturday, Nov. 28 ( at 8 p.m.).

The 2000 Pulitzer Prize-winning story by Donald Margulies looks at what happens to two couples when one marriage falls apart.

It stars Langley’s Gemma Martini and Terry Thomas, along with Larry Hamm of Chilliwack and Mission’s Shannon Pedder.

It’s directed by Mary Renvall and produced by Raymond Hatton, and is presented at the Langley Playhouse, 4307 200 Street, Langley.

Tickets are $15. For reservations, visit langleyplayers.com, email reservations@langleyplayers.com, or call 604-534-7469.

 

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