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91 Star Starred
The Source
Between T St NW and Swann St NW 1835 14th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009
202-315-1305
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Richared A. Frankel
St. Ex. is a close by bistro which we found good
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This format is nearly as confusing as the play
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10 events
8 reviews
3 stars
attended Jul 07 2013

"Perfect Arrangement" was absolutely fantastic! But I don't have to tell you that; I mean it's the only play that had its dates extended beyond the Source Festival's normal dates because it kept selling out! I'm so glad I had the opportunity to...continued

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33 events
5 reviews
0 stars
attended Jun 25 2013

The story was exciting, and the actors were brilliant!

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Website

http://www.sourcefestival.org/full_length/full_length.html

Description

A Frontier, As Told By The Frontier

By Jason Gray Platt

Directed by Lee Liebeskind

Living in an abandoned amusement park, four children enact the origin myths that founded their society and begin to wonder whether they have been led astray.

Lake Untersee

By Joe Waechter

Directed by Rick Hammerly

A teenager longs to leave his parents and their twisted relationships behind to find Antarctica’s Lake Untersee — where someone is trapped beneath layers and layers of ice.

Perfect Arrangement

By Topher Payne

Directed by Linda Lombardi

Two gay couples marry other’s partners and live next door to each other in a seemingly perfect picture of 1950’s domestic bliss. But when the U.S. government focuses on a new “threat” to national security, their perfect arrangement is in jeopardy.

About the Ticket Supplier: Source

A veritable epicenter of talented artists and performing arts groups, Source seeks to stimulate, enlighten and engage performing arts audiences.

Source is a project of the Cultural Development Corporation (CuDC). CuDC creates opportunities for artists and arts organizations that stimulate economic development and improve the quality of life.