After putting their signature spin on holiday stories from the golden age of film, the players of the fictional KPNF radio station are reaching further back in time to recreate Dickens' cherished masterpiece like you’ve never seen it before. Ebenezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchit, the Spirits and dozens of others are brought to life by a small company of virtuosic voice actors and live foley sound effects reminiscent of "A Prairie Home Companion". Together, they tell the stirring story of an ice-hearted miser who is given a last shot at redemption one miraculous Christmas Eve night!
A Christmas Carol Classic Radiocast is adapted from Charles Dickens by Nathan Jerkins and directed by Ryan Crowder.
Notes from the box office
Tickets are $15-$25. The show is most recommended for ages five and up. It runs about 1:30 with one intermission.
During your visit
November 29, December 7. The Yuletide Singers from Round Rock Community Choir will be in the lobby before the show to welcome you with songs from Dicken's London. Come early to enjoy the music!
December 13-23. Set aside time before or after the show to enjoy Christmas Towne, with free admission and fun for the whole family. Christmas Towne features amazing light displays, full-scale carnival rides, holiday refreshments and more! Learn more.
Old Settlers Association of Williamson County (Map it)
3300 E Palm Valley Blvd
Round Rock, TX 78665
Old Settlers Hall is across Harrell Pkwy from the Salt Lick Restaurant, just west of Dell Diamond. Coming to the venue on East Palm Valley Blvd (Hwy 79), turn north onto Harrell Pkwy. Then take your first le into the Old Settlers parking lot. Free parking is available in the parking lot. Snacks and drinks will be available to purchase.