A Christmas Carol Classic Radiocast

Adapted from Dickens by Nathan Jerkins
Directed by Carl Gonzales

December 8-23, 2022
See below for locations

Enjoy this cherished masterpiece brought to life with live foley sound effects and an all-woman company of actors voicing Ebenezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchit, the Spirits and dozens of others. Together, they will tell the stirring story of an ice-hearted miser who is given a last shot at redemption one miraculous night!

This deeply affecting tale is filled with the redeeming power of love… Beautifully presented in a fun and festive package… Perfect holiday entertainment.”  -Broadway World Austin

Price: $16-$45
Run time: 90 minutes
For ages: 5+

Need help? Email us or dial (512) 850-4849.

Special Events

Saturday, December 10: First Saturday Soiree

Stay after the show to celebrate opening weekend with the cast and creative team! Food and drinks provided. Be sure to reserve your place when you purchase your ticket.


DECEMBER 8-17, 2022

Old Settlers Association of Williamson County

3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd
Round Rock, TX 78665
See map

Parking: Free parking in surface parking lot. 

DECEMBER 22-23, 2022

The Driskill Hotel

604 Brazos Street
Austin, TX 78701
See map

Parking: Paid parking by valet, on the street and in nearby garages and surface lots. 

Great Plays in Great Places Series

The Great Plays in Great Places Series features stories that are inspired by, in conversation with or performed in unique places across the region.

The Driskill, a Romanesque-style building completed in 1886, is the oldest operating hotel in Austin and one of the best-known in Texas generally. The Driskill was conceived and built by Col. Jesse Driskill, a cattleman who spent his fortune constructing “the finest hotel south of St. Louis”. Still an icon of local luxury, the Driskill is decorated lavishly for Christmas every year to welcome visitors from across the nation and the world.

Season Sponsors

Atmos Energy
Round Rock - Arts & Culture
Old Settlers Association
P&B Print and Design Studio
Texas Commission of the Arts