Photography by Alec R. Hosterman (https://www.facebook.com/alechostermanphotography/
Out of work, our slacker decides to become a Macy's elf during the holiday crunch. At first the job is simply humiliating, but once the thousands of visitors start pouring through Santa's workshop, he becomes battle-weary and bitter. Finding consolation in the fact that some of the other elves were television extras on One Life to Live, he grins and bears it, occasionally taking out his frustrations on the children and parents alike. - dramatists.com
Rated R for adult humor, themes, language, and content.
"A delightfully thorny account of working as a Yuletide elf at Macy's. Priceless observations, both outrageous and subtle. Destined to hold a place in the annals of American humor writing." —NY Times.
"A sardonic, merrily subversive tale—just the antidote to bright-eyed joy before too many shopping days have passed. Worth more than a photo album full of Santas!" —NY Newsday.
"A caustic mix of J.D. Salinger and John Waters." —Publishers Weekly.
"A subversively cynical, misanthropic wit!" —Time Out NY.
Wyn Moreno . . . . . . . . . . Crumpet the Elf / David
Director: Lacy Klinger