CulturalDC’s Source Festival just added 3 more performances for its festival hit, Topher Payne’s comedy Perfect Arrangement.
The premiere is about two closeted Georgetown couples in the 50s, whose perfect arrangement is to pose as straight couples. It works until their government jobs place them in the midst of the gay witch hunts.
Tim Treanor wrote: “The best thing about Topher Payne’s fabulous Perfect Arrangement is its pitch-perfect capture of the 1950s comic voice, and its application to the dreadfully serious drama in which we have all been cast.”
The festival has closed, but you can still see Perfect Arrangement this weekend: Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 8pm at Source, 1835 14th Street NW, Washington, DC.