November 30 & December 1-2, 7-9, 1990

Venue - Community Players Theatre

A Holiday on Robinhood Lane Production

Corporate Sponsor: Realty Plus


In a new setting of the ever-popular “A Christmas Carol,” Scrooge is woken on Christmas Eve by the ghost of Marley and warned of his impending fate – to walk the earth, dragging chains, in agony and shame. Later that night Scrooge is visited by the spirits of Christmas Past, Present, and Future, who reveal the misery of Christmas for the poor. Determined to alter his miserly ways, Scrooge buys presents for his employees and raises their salaries to delight of them all.

Author: James Leisy, based on Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol

Historian’s Corner

The seventh Holiday on Robinhood Lane production was a musical version of “Scrooge” and marked the directorial debut of David Flanders. This production had a corporate sponsor, Realty Plus, and a cast of 31 that included several families. “Scrooge” was well-received by the audiences, and sadly, there was no reviewer for the production.