Opening Nite Theatre Society performers Glen Kask and T. J. McPherson rehearse a scene from the new play Office Hours. The show opens tonight in Mission.

Opening Nite Theatre Society performers Glen Kask and T. J. McPherson rehearse a scene from the new play Office Hours. The show opens tonight in Mission.

Opening Nite Theatre presents six stories in one production

The new comedy Office Hours opens Friday night at the ONTS theatre in Mission.

Opening Nite Theatre’s new comedy Office Hours opens tonight (Feb. 24). Written by Norm Foster, one of Canada’s most popular playwrights, the show is a farcical romp through six separate but interconnected stories, all taking place in different offices on a Friday afternoon in the big city.

Filled with snappy dialogue and witty repartee, this show is reminiscent of a Neil Simon piece.

“I really enjoy the writing in Office Hours,” said director Craig Meester. “I love that everyone gets to crack a joke.”

Office Hours runs Feb. 24 to March 12, Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.

Tickets are $15 and are available at openingnitetheatre.com or ontstickets@hotmail.com. You can also call 604-826-ONTS or buy them at the door. Thursday tickets are two for one.

The show takes place at 33223 Railway Ave. in Mission (across from the West Coast Express Station).