Wind in the Willows<br><i>CMTC presents children's classic in VOC</i>
Joshua Copeland plays Mole in Canyon Moon Theater Compsny's presentation of The Wind in the Willows in the Village of Oak Creek.
Kenneth Grahame’s classic story The Wind in the Willows will be presented by Canyon Moon Theatre Company and the Village of Oak Creek Association on Saturday, March 26, at 1:30 p.m. at the VOCA clubhouse in the Village of Oak Creek.
The fast-paced, fun-filled story of Toad and his fascination with motorcars has been told and retold since Grahame first wrote it. While Rat, Mole and Badger struggle to save the irrepressible Toad from himself and the rascally weasels intent on destroying him, Toad goes about life enthusiastically oblivious to everyone and everything around him. As adapted by Moses Goldberg, the story is filled with humor and insight making it the perfect way to spend an afternoon with the family
Join Joshua Copeland (Mole), Steve Fettkether (Otter), John Henderson (Badger) and Joe Holman (Rat) as they battle to save Toad Hall from the weasels (Andrew Adams-Cecere, C.C. Cline, Sarah Mandell and Mattea Phillips) and to teach Jeff Shipper (Toad) a lesson in life.
Canyon Moon’s Spaghetti Confetti Company presents plays and classes for young people. It is supported in part by the Sedona Arts Festival.
General admission tickets are $5. For more information or to reserve your tickets for The Wind in the Willows on March 26, call the Canyon Moon Theatre Company at (928) 282-6212. Tickets are also available at the Village of Oak Creek Clubhouse office 8 a.m.–3 p.m., Monday through Friday and at the Big Park Elementary School office.
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