The Langley Advance — March 20, 2013 — by Ronda Payne

Langley’s Bard in the Valley tackles drama Local thespians are invited to audition for one of Shakespeare’s best known tragedies based on true events. Julius Caesar is the selected play for Bard in the Valley’s 2014 season and auditions. Read more: Langley Advance

The Langley Times — July 29, 2013 — by Brenda Anderson

What’s more fun — and causes more chaos and confusion — than a pair of separated identical twins? That would be two pairs of twins, in the capable hands of the Bard. And that is just what William Shakespeare has given audiences with The Comedy of Errors, this summer’s offering from Langley’s Bard in the Valley theatre company. Read more: Langley Times

A letter to the editor in the Langley Times — August 2013

Bard in the Valley productions getting better each season.
If you haven’t seen it yet, then I can assure you The Comedy of Errors is a treat.
And it’s free. I saw the matinee last Sunday at the open air theatre, downtown Langley.
Read the rest of this letter: Langley Times

The Langley Advance — August 8, 2013 — Roxanne Hooper

An insatiable appetite for everything Shakespearian has landed a Langley man a return engagement on and off stage in this year’s Bard in the Valley production that’s opening tonight in Douglas Park. Read more: Langley Advance

In the Langley Advance — July 2013 by Roxanne Hooper:

It’s quite a week of accomplishments for Langley’s Diane Gendron. The life-long thespian was on stage in Kamloops last weekend, being crowned the Diamond of the Year for Theatre BC, and will be back on stage this weekend – this time in South Langley – with the debut of Bard in the Valley’s “The Comedy of Errors.” Read the article by Roxanne Hooper in the Langley Advance here:  Langley Advance

Read President Diane Gendron’s thank you letter to the Langley Times for their generous sponsorship which they published in the newspaper.  … Langley Times