Bob is married to Millie. Living in the apartment next door in their side-by-side duplex, Jim is married to Nora. But Bob and Jim are in love, just like Millie and Nora. A secret door between the houses — through a closet, naturally — allows real couples to be together behind a facade of hetero-normality.
That’s the premise of “Perfect Arrangement,” a comedy from Atlanta-based playwright and screenwriter Topher Payne that had its off-Broadway premiere in 2015 and is getting its first Capital Area production this month at the Albany Civic Theater. , starting this weekend.