Will Santa Claus make it to your house this year? Not unless the reindeer can make enough money to ... well, it's like this: Blitzen, the wackiest of Santa's reindeer, found a job in a pizzeria. But Blitzen is clumsy—extra clumsy—and it didn't take her long to wreck the place. Now she has to pay for the damage. The time is set in the late 1950s. The place is Santa's workshop at the North Pole. Similar to all the teenage humans of the time, Santa's eight tiny reindeer are caught up in the new music—rock 'n' roll. And like many young people of the era (and most other eras), the reindeer would rather play than work. As with many parents and other adults of the 1950s and 1960s, Santa hates rock music—or at least, he says he does. A villainous elf named Herman, who serves as Santa's business manager and thinks that a workshop is a place for all work and no play, fires the reindeer. Their efforts to find other jobs turn into disaster. Instead of making money, the reindeer find themselves heavily in debt, primarily because of the antics (comic to the audience but tragic for the reindeer) of the bungling Blitzen. So what can the reindeer do to solve their money problems? Organize a rock band and make bundles of money! Maybe—but they need a famous lead singer. How about that well-known reindeer with the red nose? Will he help them? Will they pay off their debts? Will Santa forgive them and let them pull his sleigh on Christmas Eve?
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