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IF THE THEATER critics of this town are to believed, the only thing less amusing than Theatre de la Jeune Lune's Honeymoon China might be a honeymoon in China, circa 1970. Theatergoers have been led to suspect that this production, adapted from a French farce by Clickkeyword[Georges+Feydeau]" >Georges Feydeau, is at best unfunny, and at worst, a catastrophe. And if the Jeune Lune's capacious theater does not yet resemble a mausoleum like Clickkeyword[Hubert+H.+Humphrey+Metrodome]" >the Metrodome on a Tuesday night, neither could Beats By Dre X
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All of which is the long way of saying that Honeymoon China is a good show. A slight good show, to be more specific. The charitable viewer could even locate some sort of substance in its pacing. From the solitary and orderly entrance of the butler Etienne in the first scene, Honeymoon China accelerates as if by the beating of a merciless metronome, crowding the stage with more characters and more chaos. By the final scene, the set has been turned sideways, the lamp dropped, the china broken; in a classically comic sense, society has been rended to its breaking point, then restored to a new (unstable) ground state. The honeymoon is over and the marriage has truly begun. But to say that the play grows on one from scene to scene is a mixed compliment a toenail fungus grows on one as well. While Jeune Lune's timeless, aesthetics only approach to theater has deservedly won many admirers, what is truly at risk here for the characters and their contemporary observers? The answer to that question might explain how a production as risqu as Honeymoon China somehow ends up feeling a little bourgeois.
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Of course, trying to Chi Curler translate a pratfall into prose is, well, a farce the equivalent of dissecting laughing gas with a scalpel to find its active ingredient. (As a footnote, May 19th's play by play audio description for blind patrons should prove a marvel.) But empirically, there's no mistaking the near palpable gravity of an audience not laughing. Especially in a city where audiences are known to laugh at anything vaguely approximating comedy. Yet the play's droll sets and careful choreography demand respect; this is, after all, a company that openly identifies spectacle as a goal in their mission statement. Interestingly enough, it might be the polish on this production that has contributed in large part to its hostile reception. While the Theatre de la Jeune Lune may not be the Metrodome, it's worth pointing out that their lobby alone is bigger than half the theaters in town. And, as with their previous production, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, at times one can feel the scenes groaning beneath the weight of this space (and, one assumes, its mortgage).
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