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And while it’s a bummer we see only a small glimpse of Justin Ivie’s brilliant Trump caricature, it’s proof that Nevins and Borgenicht have their finger on our collective funny bone.Seems like we’re all realizing that joke isn’t funny anymore. Instead of a Trump sendup, we have Eb Madson, who is usually relegated to playing stoner Moroni or a demonic Gayle Ruzicka, but this year shines as a diminutive, shirtless and strutting Vladmir Putin.We open in a Utah State Liquor Store, on the day after Trump’s Election, with a homeless man and Trump supporter (who has a bonafide Utah collection of surnames) Sterling Cannon Young Snow Smith (Dan Larrinaga) and an over-it liquor store clerk Peggy (Annette Wright) arguing over the relative merits of the new president’s victory.

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As a middle-of-the-pack Gen-Xer, I caught the last wave of anti-Russia pop-culture vilification at a young age, mainly through Rocky and Bullwinkle cartoons featuring the dastardly duo of Boris and Natasha, bomb-throwing spies who were always out to “get moose and squirrel.” Those hilarious accents, the cold sneers, the vodka, the fur hats and fishnet stockings and spy-versus-spy slapstick are all on glorious display in this year’s Voyeur.

Preferring to focus on the national dilemma, it sets its sights on the retired (or is it recused?

) Jason Chaffetz, played with whiney schoolboy aplomb by Eric Lee Brotherson.

Basically the whole production is a long set up for a “must get moose and squirrel” gag. Clearly Nevins and Borgenicht simply had too much material this season to stop and catch up, which is indicated in the play’s subtitle “The Sh*t Show,” a punchline that Wright’s deadpan liquor store clerk wearily intones throughout. Last year’s farce was heavy on the Trump (remember those halcyon days when we thought there was no way he’d be president?

) and it is telling that Trump is in the back drop but not the center of this year’s romp.

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