Shimell on Langley stage for Half Life

A play about memory and aging starts off the new year for the Langley Players Drama Club, which marks its 50th year in 2019.

A play about memory and aging starts off the new year for the Langley Players Drama Club, which marks its 50th year in 2019.

The theatre company opens Half Life on Thursday with Coquitlam’s Mary Ellen Shimell taking the role of Anna.

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Penned by Canadian award-winning playwright and mathematician John Mighton, who launched the JUMP Start Math program, the show is directed by Tarrah Tanaka.

It runs Jan. 17 to Feb. 16 a the Langley Playhouse (4307 200 St., Langley) at 8 p.m. with Sunday matinees.

Tickets at $20 are available online via brownpapertickets.com or by calling the reservation line at 604-534-7469.

Visit langleyplayers.com

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