“Women in Jeopardy” is a comedy about two divorced women who suspect their friend’s new boyfriend is a serial killer. From left, Melanie Calderwood is Jo, Bruce Erickson plays Jackson, BriAnne Green is Liz and Susan Connors plays Mary. (Rick Wright)

“Women in Jeopardy” is a comedy about two divorced women who suspect their friend’s new boyfriend is a serial killer. From left, Melanie Calderwood is Jo, Bruce Erickson plays Jackson, BriAnne Green is Liz and Susan Connors plays Mary. (Rick Wright)

Dark-sounding ‘Women in Jeopardy’ lights up stage with laughs

In the Phoenix Theatre show, two divorced women try to protect their friend from a creepy dentist.

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