Once more catering to a less-than-traditional holiday crowd, the Pear celebrates the holidays with THE MILLIONTH PRODUCTION OF A CHRISTMAS CAROL written and directed by James Kopp. In the show, a small black box theater in Northern California is in fear of closing its doors after spending too much money on shows that had poor ticket sales. In an effort to appeal to a larger audience, the Artistic Director decides to put up Dickens' classic "A Christmas Carol." Though coming through with signature James Kopp humor (GEEKS VS ZOMBIES, SUPER VILLAIN!!), the show also offers serious consideration of the compromises between art that pays and art for art's sake; the delicate balance between the desires of the people that do theater and the desires of the people that pay to see it. This show includes adult language; not recommended for children.