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In 'Love, Sex and the IRS,' BTC achieves amusing absurdity

In 'Love, Sex and the IRS,' BTC achieves amusing absurdity

"Love, Sex and the IRS" is a 1970s farce by Billy Van Zandt and Jane Milmore that has more going for it than its intriguing title. Bowie Community Theatre's cast and crew transform what might seem dated into nostalgic sitcom gold, coaxing giggles from the audience at the improbable plot. Ensconced in an apartment building that does not permit unmarried couples to rent units are a pair of male roommates — Jon and Leslie. Unknown to Leslie, they are listed as a married couple on their joint tax returns filed by Jon. Having saved money for four years, Jon learns that an IRS auditor will visit, forcing Leslie to pose as Jon's wife, complete with high heels and tight...

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