Seattle's Intiman Theatre, now under the artistic direction of Barlett Sher, has added the final selection to its 2000 season: Michele Lowe's female revenge comedy, The Smell of the Kill. Developed at Cleveland Playhouse, Kill finds three wives with a dilemma -- their not-quite-dream men have been accidentally locked in a meat freezer. Optioned for a New York run, the play will run third in the Intiman season.
Already announced for the theatre's season are a revival of Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing (which will also get a Broadway revival this spring), the Seattle premiere of Conor McPherson's The Weir, Lynn Nottage's Crumbs From the Table of Joy, Shakespeare's dark comedy Measure for Measure and the world premiere of Lynn Redgrave's self-penned, self-starring The Mandrake Root.
Season tickets for the Intiman ($204-$60) are available by calling the box office at (206) 269-1900.