Fresh off winning four (!) Dorrys, Spectrum Theatre Ensemble presents David Sedaris’ evergreen Santaland Diaries in an empty storefront next door to Boscov’s, the old-timey department store that replaced Nordstrom in Providence Place. (Doesn’t Boscov’s actually have its own auditorium, though?) Sedaris’ story chronicles his two years working seasonally as an elf in a New York department store, complete with all the horrid and inappropriate experiences you’d expect from that job. Spectrum Theatre Ensemble artistic director Clay Martin helms this production, with four different actors rotating the role of Crumpet. (Sunday’s performance features Daniel Perkins in the role; Adam Bram, Kevin Broccoli, and Mark Wilburn are each performing other days.) Each performance also features a prologue performed by a different actor.