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visit. The desperate monks decide their survival depends on obtaining the ultimate relic an Incorruptible. That is the body of a saint that will not decay.
the droll delivery, as one of the monks, audiences are assured of Fendi Bag Grey some fun. Richard Howe is a good straight man as the Abbot. Liz Caspari as a simple peasant lady and Christopher Barlow as Brother Olf also add some early laughs.
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When "Incorruptible" is about duping the stupid it is fun. When the monks resort to murder, though, it stops being a comedy. At one point Marie asks Jack "What kind of religion is this?" It's a good question. Another good question would be, "What kind of farce is this?"
'Incorruptible' doesn't sustain the thing it needs most
Elevating the potential for fun is that the faux victim is known to almost all and her face must be hidden so as to avoid recognition. This means hiding the body either in a burlap bag, under the altar or beneath covers. If you know farce, you understand the comic potential in the situation.
Before you know it, they are selling dozens of heads of St. John the Baptist, fingers of St. Andrew and the feet of St. James the Great. However, the relic scheme finds itself in jeopardy when the pope decides to Fendi Roma Clutch
This is when a clever play about greed and avarice in the name of religion goes too far astray to remain funny. The monks pressure Jack into murdering someone so as to have a fresh body to place on the altar. Of course, the body that everyone thinks is dead is alive.
But I have to warn you, sometimes cute isn't enough. The work that is playing at Hubbard Hall in Cambridge through May 30, isn't as funny as is its premise. There are laughs and comic bits that should amuse, but mostly the play lacks the spark and energy that this type of farcical comedy needs. A couple of laughs do not a comedy make. Traveling pilgrims were the equivalent of today's tourists as they traveled Europe looking for salvation by visiting important monasteries. The wealth of a monastery was determined by who had the most prestigious relic of a saint. It was important that said relic could bring about a miraculous cure.
A monastery in France has come upon hard times. Their patron, Saint Foy, has stopped producing miracles and a rival monastery is doing booming business thanks to their recently acquired skeleton of Saint Foy. The question becomes did someone steal their body of Saint Foy and replace it with a phony and sell the original to a rival monastery?
Strangely, with the appearance of the rogue Jack (Christopher Restino) and Marie "his wife of sorts" (Christy Vogel) things slow down when they should perk up as neither performer display the energy to set the quick pace the farce needs. Under the direction of Stephanie Moffett Hynds the work refuses to establish a sustained comic sensibility, which means you have time to think about the plot. Thinking about a plot in any farce means trouble.
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opportunist, dug up the body of a pig farmer, bleached the bones and sold it as Saint Foy. The monks decide that since they have an entire graveyard of skeletons, they are better off being a distributor of relics rather than serving as a venue for fickle pilgrims.
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