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THE SMELL OF THE KILL BROADWAY REVIEWS
Opening Night: March 26, 2002
Synopsis: Christopher Asley directs The Smell of the Kill, Michele Lowe's new comedy of revenge. In it, three women realize they are trapped in loveless marriages at exactly the same time their husbands realize they might be trapped in a meat locker. The show stars three of New York's most exciting performers: Lisa Emery, Claudia Shear and Jessica Stone.
NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW:
"''Take my husband . . . please!''
The spirit of Mrs. Henny Youngman is alive on Broadway at the Helen Hayes Theater, where an 80-minute rimshot joke in the guise of a black comedy opened last night. Called ''The Smell of the Kill'' (the title is subtler and more resonant than anything else the script has to offer), the play, by Michele Lowe, is about three suburban women who are handed the opportunity to bump off their crummy spouses and find the idea increasingly irresistible.
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