The Smell of the Kill
By Michele Lowe
February 4 – March 7, 2010
Three women, their husbands, and a deep freezer. With social commentary both hilarious and biting, this dark comedy about men, women, marriage and malice explores the dangerous desire to keep up appearances… at any cost. Featuring Laura Croff, Teri Clark Linden and Emily Sutton-Smith. A co-production with Tipping Point Theatre*. Contains mature themes.
Directed by Kristine Thatcher.
Thursdays and Fridays at 8pm
Saturdays at 3pm and 8pm
Sundays at 2pm
There will be no performance on Saturday, February 6 at 3pm.
Individual tickets will be on sale beginning on Monday, January 11, 2010.
Pay-What-You-Can ~ Thursday, February 4
Preview performances February 5 – February 11 ~ $15
Regular ticket prices beginning Friday, February 12:
Thursday evenings ~ $18
Friday and Saturday evenings ~ $24
Saturday and Sunday matinees ~ $20
Student tickets (with valid ID) ~ $10
Senior discount (65 and older) ~ $2 off regular ticket price
* This production moved to the Tipping Point Theatre immediately following its run in Williamston from March 18 – April 18, 2010.
IN THE PRESS
REVIEW: Comedy offers wit, biting dialogue
~ Kate O’Neill, Lansing State Journal
REVIEW: Moving In For The Kill
~ Mary Cusack, Lansing City Pulse
REVIEW: Smell of the Kill is Twisted Fun
~ Jim Fordyce, MIEntertainment.net
REVIEW: Williamston Women Entice with Aroma of Revenge
~ Bridgette Redman, Encore Michigan/Between the Lines
REVIEW: The Smell of the Kill
~ Carolyn Hayes, The Rogue Critic
AWARDS AN NOMINATIONS
Thespie Award for Best Supporting Actress (Teri Clark Linden)
Thespie Award Committee Special Mention to Chris Purchis for stepping into the show the day after Teri Clark Linden was injured in a car accident. And further special mention for Teri returning to the show the very next weekend!
Pulsar Award Nomination for Best Director (Kristine Thatcher)
Pulsar Award for Best Ensemble
Pulsaw Award Nomination for Best Set Design (Daniel C. Walker)