"Goddammit . . . you're supposed to be a little bit terrified."
"Evans’ solo performance is a double-stuffed hour of mystique, guilty pleasure and unexpected uplift entrusted to audiences by a messed-up, nightmarish clown named Honeybuns. Dean Evans’ buffoon comedy is the one true surprise I’ve had all year in the theater, and the production exhausted audiences are craving...Evans’ seismically funny, physical and fourth-wall-crushing performance hypnotizes the seasoned theatergoing audience like I have never quite seen...it simply demands an extended commercial run."
"There are a few expertly executed pantomime sequences, but Honeybuns spends most of the show ribbing, cajoling, embarrassing, and coming on to members of the audience—sort of like Dame Edna, only hornier."
"Evans' menacing title character explores and explodes the popular notions of mime, with generous dollops of audience participation and wry aphorisms, such as 'I wouldn't want you to do something you'd regret — but then I don't want you to regret doing nothing at all.'"
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