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World Premiere: “The Incident at Toad Hall!”

Toad of Toad Hall is involved with, and discards, the latest fad, faster than you can say “river bank.” Ratty, Mole, Otter and Badger are used to rescuing their friend from his mischievous activities, but this time, Toad might have gone too far.

Adding to the problem, the weasels have taken over Toad’s home. Will Toad ever get Toad Hall back? Can his friends help him out of this jam? And, has Toad finally learned his lesson, for good?

Based on the beloved story “Wind in the Willows,” and cleverly crafted by long-time actor and playwright James T. Long, “The Incident at Toad Hall” will delight audiences young and old with familiar and memorable characters, humor, and the true meaning of friendship.

AUDITION TIMES AND LOCATION
Saturday, September 9, 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.; Monday, September 11, 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
Trinity Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 7120 W. Cleburne Rd., Fort Worth, TX
Auditions will consist of cold readings – sides will be provided.

REHEARSAL AND SHOW DATES & TIMES
Rehearsals will begin Monday, Sept. 18 at 7:30 p.m. Rehearsals will take place Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 7:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Not everyone will be called for all rehearsals, until tech week.

Shows will run Saturdays, daytime, Nov. 4, 11 & 18 Trinity Cumberland Church, 7120 W. Cleburne Rd., Fort Worth

CHARACTERS

RATTY. A steady presence, settled in his ways, friendly and open. Kind, sociable and accommodating. A strong sense of responsibility, makes sure everyone around him is comfortable and included in activities. Open to all ages and genders.

MOLE. An adventurous character, who loves action and moving forward. Mole is generous and extremely loyal to his friends, especially Ratty. Sometimes, the lure of adventure overcomes his good sense. Open to all ages and genders.

OTTER: Otter has his finger on the grapevine of the River Bank denizens. He is very supportive, quick and bright, and always willing to help, when needed. Open to all ages and genders.

BADGER. Badger is the wise elder, the anchor, the rock for the others. He is the most mature of all the animals, and solitary. He is loyal to Toad, as he works hard to reform his friend’s habits. No gender limitation, prefer adult actor.

TOAD. Though Toad is flighty, he is not mean. He tends to favor the latest fads, which often get him into trouble. He is repentant at his mischievous behavior, but it doesn’t faze him from getting into more mischief. Male only, prefer either older teen, or young adult.

LIBBY. Daughter of the jailer, Libby is kind-hearted and affectionate, and has a connection with animals. She provides assistance to Toad, when needed. Female only, prefer older teen, or young adult.

ADDITIONAL CHARACTERS (no age or gender limitations, except where indicated). Magistrate, Jailer/Prosecutor, Beatrix Potter*, Train Engineer, Boss Weasel, Weasel #1, Weasel #2, Weasel #3.
* Older female required, could be pre-cast

For questions, please email awsorter@reprisetheatre.com. Looking forward to seeing you!

Saturday, Sept. 9, 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Monday, Sept. 11, 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

Trinity Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 7120 W. Cleburne Rd., Fort Worth, TX

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