Who wants to be serious in summer? Summer is for playing, so the Khan Theater is presenting two one-act comedies by Georges Feydeau under the title "My Sweet Husband and My Darling Wife." The shorts are called Don't Walk About with Nothing On in which his wife's undress, a wasp sting, a political rival and other unwanted guests complicate poor hubby's life, and Better Late, which involves a disillusioned couple, Louis XIV and the not entirely unwelcome news of mum's demise. Udi Ben Moshe directs; he won this year's Israel Theater Prize as Best Director for the comedy Make My Heart Flutter, which also won Best Production. Prolific French playwright George Feydeau (1862-1921) became famous as the master of farce, the best known of which is A Flea in Her Ear (1907). He wrote his first play when he was six, had his first hit when he was still in the army, and by 1892, he was famous. The play opens at the Jerusalem Khan July 29.