The Wind in The Willows

Willis Hall and Denis King collaborated creating this musical/dance adaptation of The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. Willis Hall describes how he and Denis rarely met; he lived on the Pennine Moors and Denis was in London, so all their collaboration was carried out using the telephone at the ‘crack of dawn’. To quote Mr. Hall, ‘There are times when it seems a funny old way to earn a crust.’ This information is taken from an original programme.

Cast & Crew

Cast

1st Fieldmouse
2nd Fieldmouse
A Bargeman
Alfred the Horse
Alfred the Horse
Badger
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Country-Folk, Wild Wooder, Duck, Fieldmouse, Rabbit
Enid, The Constable’s Daughter
Impish Fieldmouse
Judge R. De Veering
Mole
The Chief Weasel
The Clerk-of-Court
The Constable
Toad
Toad’s Butler
Water-Rat

Crew

Choreographer
Composer
Designer
Director
Lighting Designer
Lyrics
Musical Director
Orchestrator

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