NOV 22–DEC 22

By Walton Jones, David Wohl, Faye Greenberg
Directed by Sean Byrd
Music Direction by Jean Orbison Van Heel

It's Christmas Eve, 1943, and the Feddington Players are preparing for a live radio broadcast of their own version of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Playing Scrooge is William St. Clair, a veteran actor with no radio experience. Complicated by noisy plumbing, missed cues, electrical blackouts, and the over-the-top theatrics of their special guest, the broadcast takes a hilarious turn when the performers are forced to improvise a hysterically unusual ending in order to “save the show.”

Featuring swing arrangements of Christmas standards and four delightful original songs, A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol seamlessly combines heartwarming drama and side-splitting comedy into a sweetly nostalgic musical classic that will be sure to fill your heart with the spirit of the season.

Tickets range from $30–35. Please visit the Ticket Information section of our website for more details. 

Intended for general audiences. Children under 5 years of age are not admitted. For a preview of what to expect from the show, please visit our What Audiences Should Know guide. Note: As a courtesy to our patrons, children under the age of 5 will not be admitted.

To ensure a Sign Language-interpreted performance on Sunday, November 24, please request accommodations by Friday, November 1. For more information on our ASL seating policies and other accessibility services, please visit our Accessibility page.