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Closed November 19, 2017

This beloved Christmas story heads on tour once more!

Why See Elf?

Say Hello to Buddy the Elf!

Based on the beloved movie starring Will Ferrell and Zoey Deschanel, this show first premiered on Broadway in 2010, and has since been inducted into the canon of classic Christmas shows. Matthew Sklar and Chad Beguelin provided the bouncy score, while the book came courtesy of Broadway vet Thomas Meehan (Annie) and comedian Bob Martin.

This critically acclaimed musical is a joyful addition to holiday theatre, with enough hi-tech wizardry and songs to keep the kids engrossed, as well as plenty of jokes for the adults.

WHAT IS ELF ABOUT?

When Santa is out delivering his presents to the world's children, little does he know that he has picked up an unexpected visitor; an orphaned baby boy has crawled into his present sack, and he is unknowingly whisked off to the North Pole. Years later, the boy, Buddy, now a fully grown man, is confronted with a startling truth; he is not in fact an elf, but a human. With Santa's permission, he heads off to the bright lights of New York City to discover his real birth family.

When he arrives in the Big Apple, everything is a shock to him; New Yorkers are seriously lacking in Christmas spirit, and his father Walter is a surly book publisher more concerned with the bottom line rather than spending time with his family. It is up to Buddy to inject Christmas spirit into the city of New York, as well as bring his real family back together.

DID YOU KNOW?

In the original film, Buddy's real name was never revealed - but in the musical we find out what he was originally called. What is it, you ask? Sorry, you'll have to watch the musical to find out!

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Dates

Performance date: 19 November 2017

Audience

Please note, although Elf is billed for all audiences, some humor may be inappropriate for Children. Parental Guidance is advised.

Run time

Two hours and 15 minutes with one intermission

Cast and Creative

Cast

George Wendt as Santa (Theater at Madison Square Garden dates only)

Creative

Lyrics by Chad Beguelin
Music by Matthew Sklar
Book by Bob Martin and Thomas Meehan
Directed by San Scalamoni
Choreography by Connor Gallagher
Scenic Design by Christine Peters
Costume Design by Gregg Barnes
Lighting Design by Paul Miller
Sound Design by Shannon Slaton
Hair and Wig Design by Bernie Ardia

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11 reviews, average rating: (3.2 Stars)

3.0 star rating

Stage-lover: “Christopher Sutton is sensational in Elf”

I loved Chris in The Buddy Holly Story and now he's Buddy again in Elf.... more

Diane Cunningham: “Funny and colorful .”

Enjoyed this so much , a huge thank you to our son and Dau- in -law for... more

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