It may have flopped on Broadway, but Michele Lowe’s comedy The Smell of the Kill has turned out to be surprisingly popular in numerous resident theatre engagements. Here’s why: The lead characters, a trio of upper-middle-class matrons, each uniquely, unhappily married, are cleaning up in the kitchen after their monthly dinner party. Through the proverbial series of events that are too complicated to explain, their three husbands end up trapped in the walk-in freezer. The ladies really do ...

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