Directed and adpated by Nathan Jerkins

Featuring Elizabeth Bernhardt, Robert L. Berry, Ryan Crowder, David R. Jarrott, and Megan Sherrod


Back by popular demand, the show draws audience members back in time to 1946 as members of the KPNF radio station are assembling for a live radio performance of It’s a Wonderful Life. Through dozens of characterizations and live foley sound effects, five talented actors tell the entire story, putting an imaginative twist on a cherished holiday tradition. Guests of all ages will fall in love with George Bailey and his timeless tale of despair, redemption and hope all over again.



IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE CLASSIC RADIOCAST sparkles with magical elements the whole family will enjoy... a gem this holiday season. Give a gift to yourself and catch this unique take on a Christmas classic."  -Broadway World Austin

Delightful...priceless...A timeless classic that is still, if not more, relevant today." -Now Playing Austin

IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE CLASSIC RADIOCAST ranked right up at the top of all the Penfold performances I have seen. The entire crew did a fantastic job of bringing the story to life." -Discover Round Rock

Charming... Worth the drive... After the hubbub has died down and the stockings are finally hung by the chimney with care, we need a warm, fuzzy holiday story to remind us what the season's really about." -Austin Chronicle

Special Events


Saturday, 11/30 First Saturday Soiree Join us after the performance for a special reception to celebrate the opening of the show! We will gather with the artists and creative team to enjoy drinks, food, and fun - all included for a small upcharge. (Season Members get in for free!)


Notes from the box office


Tickets range from $16 to $31. The show is most recommended for ages five and up. It runs about 1:30 with one intermission.


For information about our performance at the Driskill Hotel on December 22nd, please visit:









Old Settlers Association of Williamson County


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 left into the Old Settlers parking lot. Free parking is available in the parking lot. Snacks and drinks will be available to purchase. 


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