New York City, 1955. Angie and her friends are having a dinner party. Their Mafioso husbands are off on another job, but the real story is unfolding in Angie’s living room.
Chronicling the violent and duplicitous events of one evening, ‘The Wives of Others’ (☆☆☆☆☆ TCS) promises foul-language, bloodshed and a lot of spaghetti. With an all-female cast and original script by one of Cambridge University’s most prolific playwrights, Tom Stuchfield (writer of ‘And The Horse You Rode In On’ ☆☆☆☆☆ The Tab ☆☆☆☆☆ EdFringeReview) this is a brutally stylish, Tarantino-esque, pitch-black comedy unlike anything you’ve seen.
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