Letter: Langley Players wished festival success

Dear Editor,

I recently saw the Langley Players’ rendition of Jim Geoghans’ Light Sensitive, held at the very quaint little theatre on 200th Street.

Wow, what a show, what an enjoyable evening!

While the cast is small, consisting of only three people, the actors were able to deliver an outstanding, touching performance.

I enjoyed the performance as much as (if not more than) some of the high-end shows in downtown Vancouver.

Well done, Langley Players Drama Club cast and crew!

And best of luck at the 2014 Fraser Valley Zone Festival.

Thank you for choosing my entry [‘Backstage babe’ helps direct comedy, April 3 How to Win?, Langley Advance]. The show was fantastic.

I took my sister as my guest, and we both loved it.

Carol Tonn, Langley

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