Atlanta playwright Topher Payne is known for his unique blend of humor and edginess.
His play “Swell Party” is no exception.
Set in 1932, it’s based on real events surrounding the untimely death by misadventure of tobacco heir Zachary Smith Reynolds.
“Swell Party” is playing at OnStage Atlanta through Nov. 24.
Director Suehyla El-Attar and actor Amanda Kucher stopped by “City Lights” to talk about this latest production.
This story was originally published with audio on WABE.org.