Six years before Christopher Guest sent up small-town theater in Waiting for Guffman (1997), Seattle Rep’s then–artistic director Daniel Sullivan set the stage with this holiday farce about an inept midwestern theater company struggling to pull off its annual production of A Christmas Carol. It’s a giddy antidote to all the earnest seasonal fare.
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