The play is directed by John Carpenter. Tennessee stage veteran Elliot Winston Robinson will play Scrooge.
Robinson was active in the Tennessee State University Cox/Lewis Theatre in Nashville, as well as the Larry Keaton Theater and the Circle Players, both Nashville troupes. Robinson has performed in “The Color Purple,” “Dream Girls,” “Smokey Joe’s Cafe,” “The Piano Lesson,” “A Raisin in the Sun” and “To Kill a Mockingbird,” among others.
Carpenter said it’s been a decade since the characters of Tiny Tim, Bob Cratchit, Scrooge and Jacob Marley have appeared on the stage of the only theater in Old Hickory.
“It has been 10 years since A Christmas Carol has been on the Lakewood stage, and we are excited to bring it back with a very talented cast,” Carpenter said.
The Lakewood Theatre Co., as the company was previously known, performed in a variety of locations in a span of decades. Its first production, Thomas Wilder’s “Our Town,” was produced along the banks of the Cumberland River.
Later, the theater company would he housed, as it is today, in the old Becker’s Bakery in the heart of the Old Hickory community in one of the oldest buildings in Davidson County. In 1983, Lakewood Theatre Co. renovated the building.
In 1999, the theater company was able to buy the building and subsequently has put on plays and other types of performances since.
The Lakewood Theatre is at 2211 Old Hickory Blvd. in Old Hickory. Tickets for each show may be reserved by calling 615-847-0934 prior to any show. Adult tickets are $15, senior citizens 62 and older pay $12, and student tickets are $12.
The theater company offers five shows a year, so adults can buy season passes for $60. Seniors and students can get season passes for $48. They are available at the box office prior to shows. All tickets, including group and season passes, can be purchased online at ticketsnashville.com
For more information on times, performances and dates, visit lakewoodtheatreco.com or email email@example.com.