NYC, 1955. Angie and her friends are having a dinner party. Their Mafioso husbands are off on a 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 promises foul language, bloodshed, and a lot of spaghetti. With an all-female cast and original script from one of Cambridge's most prolific playwrights, Tom Stuchfield, this is a brutally stylish, Tarantinoesque, pitch-black comedy unlike anything you've seen. ***** (Cambridge Student). Stuchfield's And The Horse You Rode In On: ***** (TheTab.com) ***** (EdFringeReview.com).