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The Wind in the Willows

The Wind in the Willows

adapted by Todd Espeland from Kenneth Grahame

This is a lively and theatrical adaptation of a wonderful classic. Mole just wants to make friends, Rat just wants to hang by the river, and Toad just wants everything to go zooooooooom. None of that prepares our friends for the fight to save Toad Hall from Fox and his wicked weasels.

Join them in this in this character-driven thrilling adventure through the Wild Wood and out into the Wide World!

Gender flexible. Easy to stage. Excellent ensemble and tech student opportunities.

Comedy Classical Adaptation

Recommended for High Schools and Middle Schools

About 70 minutes
Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks
19 Characters
3 W | 16 Any Gender
Simple set
61 pages

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