In the New York theater world, there’s weird, there’s really weird, and then there’s totally insane. From the get-go, it’s pretty clear that Fondly, Collette Richland will fall, at the very least, in the first category. Fritz (Vin Night) and Mabrel Fitzhubert (Laurena Allan), a comically vanilla couple enduring an apparently bleak domestic existence, are introduced by a piano-playing narrator dressed in churchly vestments. Their speech is stilted and ironically melodramatic. Sometimes they blatantly mispronounce a word—no explanation provided. The fourth wall here isn’t merely shattered, it seems as though the playwright has never even heard of it.