When Orson Welles was at the microphone, magic was "on the air." Though perhaps best known for his War of the Worlds radio broadcast on The Mercury Theatre program -- "Martian cylinders have landed in St. Louis!" -- Welles also presented an annual wireless production of A Christmas Carol on Christmas Eve. Now Lamplighters Community Theatre recreates one of those very special broadcasts in the period holiday drama, A Christmas Carol Radio Show. The year is 1939 and the audience will see the great director and his radio actors perform the tale of miserly Ebenezer Scrooge, enlivened with live Christmas carols and ingenious sound effects. Robin Pollock directs at Lamplighters Theatre.