Box Office Re-Opens in September!

Our next season

Presenting our 2017 / 2018 line up
Three plays bound to captivate, amuse, and entertain.

Our Play Selection Committee has chosen another fine array of challenging productions. We're looking forward to an exciting year of superb community theatre.

Langley Players Celebrates Canada 150!

Our 2016 / 2017 season brought to the stage 3 plays by distinguished Canadian playwrights.

Parents Night / The Bigger Issue

Parents Night / The Bigger Issue
by George F. Walker

Director - Dave Williams

October 20 - November 19, 2016

Back to school.

These two one-act plays take place in school classrooms—one grade three and the other grade seven. In Parents Night two parents become more and more like children, to the point where the teacher must treat them like unruly students. The Bigger Issue brings up confrontations that are both economic and educational and explores the differences between the haves and have-nots that transcend the classroom. Contains some coarse language.

Funny, touching and truthful plays for anyone who's ever been a teacher...Or had a teacher...Or had a parent....

Old Love

Old Love
by Norm Foster

Director - Barb Coulter

January 19 – February 18, 2017

Perfect for Valentine's Day!

Old Love is a romantic comedy spanning 3 decades. Bud Mitchell is divorced and Molly Graham is newly widowed, and they meet again after 30 years at Molly's husband's funeral. Molly doesn't remember Bud, but he definitely remembers her! It's a story of romance, courtship and relationships between older adults. Norm Foster's play will have you believing that we're never too old for love!

The Grandkid

The Grandkid
by John Lazarus

Director - Cathie Young

April 28 – May 20, 2017

Julius Rothstein, a widowed professor in his 60s, finds his calm routine interrupted by the arrival of a new roommate: his 19-year-old granddaughter, who has enrolled at the university where he teaches. Starting from their unique connection as soul mates, they bridge the generation gap with wisdom, wit and warmth to negotiate a new relationship that must deal with three tricky topics: sex, politics and religion. A comedy for boomers, teenagers, and everyone in-between. Some coarse language.

The Grandkid will be Langley Players' entry into the 2017 Fraser Valley Zone Festival