PORT ANGELES — The East Park Avenue Players will present “The Wind in the Willows” at 7 tonight and Saturday night and at 2 p.m. Sunday.
Performances will be at the Port Angeles High School Performing Arts Center, 304 E. Park Ave.
Admission will be by donation; the show is free of charge. Concessions and baked pastries will be for sale.
The performances were rescheduled from last week because of a snowstorm that dropped a couple of feet on Port Angeles.
The East Park Avenue Players is an ensemble performance group created from Port Angeles High School’s advanced acting class taught by Kelly Lovall, who directed the play.
The play was adapted by Joseph Baldwin from a British children’s book written in 1908 by Kenneth Grahame.
The cast includes seniors Nathaniel McInnis, Keanu Armitage and Allison Locke; juniors Autumn Shaw, Gwendolyn Aue and Madison Peterson; sophomores Skylar Jackson, Zoe Williams, Leia Kenton, Hunter Cassinelli, Maleeah Casey, Rachel Crenshaw and Ella Bouy; and freshmen Ana Arndt and Abby Sanford.
The stage crew from the theater tech class taught by Patric McInnis includes seniors Riley Baermann and Zachary Perry; juniors Johnathan Maestes and Zephania Waldron; and sophomores Joelle Gahimer, Daya Woodyard, Tyler Smith and Dalton Ross.
For more information, visit www.pahstheatre.com.