A major requirement of any worthy "Christmas Carol" production is a fine actor as Scrooge, and Toby's has a great one in David Bosley-Reynolds, who notes in his program bio that this is his "third time around as Ebenezer, having played him twice at Toby's Baltimore." Apparently, the third time is the charm, as Bosley-Reynolds summons meanness as curmudgeonly Scrooge, rudely brushing aside strangers' holiday wishes and responding to charity representatives' solicitations for the poor by saying, "Are there no workhouses? Are there no prisons?" Bosley-Reynolds scowls, sneers and sings with notable feeling, harshly proclaiming his detachment in "Nothing to Do with Me" and coming off as movingly reflective in "Abundance and Charity." Scrooge is finally transformed after learning to celebrate Christmas as he sings "Yesterday, Tomorrow, and Today" glowingly.