Based on the popular Christmas book by Jason Kinnear, "Elvolution: A Two Act Play," illustrates the story of how Santa's elves found their way from the drudges in their homeland of Elbania to the North Pole. The Elbanians, who are known as a smaller, quiet folk that are highly skilled in making crafts, furniture, and yes-TOYS, have suffered year after year under the oppressive hands of Viktor Kleese. Viktor uses the Elbanians as a cheap labor force to build him goods that he sells for high profits, most of which he keeps to himself. It's thanks to a brave group of Elbanians who decide they've had enough that the journey to the North Pole begins. From finding a ship to take them to America to meeting a jolly older guy with white beard and a red suit, this two act play is a fun time for both children and adults of any age. The play itself, being two acts, is a smaller play that includes musical numbers. However, no sheet music is provided. The play is subject to royalties if produced, and both author and publisher of this play encourage free dramatic interpretation of the play to fit whatever needs the director of the play requires. The play was first produced and performed at the Greenhouse Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, in December of 2012.