Craving a little splash of vodka in your Christmas cheer? Prefer watching Bad Santa over It's a Wonderful Life? Think naughty > nice? David Sedaris sympathizes. In 1992, the now-famous humorist wrote an autobiographical essay about being broke and working as an elf at the massive Macy's department store in New York. The essay was adapted into a one-man show, and it's now the funniest, most irreverent anti-holiday classic. If you need a break from a crazy family, mall madness or cloying carols, head straight to Modjeska Playhouse for a heaping dose of (anti)holiday hilarity with The Santaland Diaries and Sedaris' companion piece, the hysterical and twisted Season's Greetings, about Jocelyn Dunbar, a housewife writing her annual Christmas letter after a less-than-stellar year.