Legendary humorist and author David Sedaris' famous essay "The Santaland Diaries" is a bleak yet hilarious account of the time he spent working as a department store elf during a brutal Christmas shopping season. In this one-man, one-act play adapted from Sedaris' essay, take a sardonic guided tour of screaming children, cranky adults and the coping mechanisms necessary to make it to New Year's with your sanity intact. At D.C.'s Capital Fringe, Matty Griffiths has directed Joe Brack in this production four times, but this year Brack is directing and Griffiths is playing the lead for a fresh twist on this uproarious Christmas classic.
Trinidad - Langston
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