“Love, Sex, and the IRS” ends Tryon Little Theater season

Published 10:00 pm Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Cast members rehearse a scene for "Love, Sex, and the IRS."

Cast members rehearse a scene for “Love, Sex, and the IRS.”

The final show in Tryon Little Theatre’s 2014-2015 season is almost here. “Love, Sex, and the IRS” will run April 9-12 and April 16-19. Showtimes are 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 3 p.m. on Sundays.

Set in the 1970s, this hilarious farce is filled with “PG” but not “PC” humor, that provides a much-need laugh during tax season.

Jon and Leslie—male roommates—file tax returns as a married couple to save some money. Then the tax man arrives to check things out…along with a fiancée, an ex-girlfriend, a mother, and a guy in dresses.  It’s like a cross between “I Love Lucy” and “Some Like It Hot” with plenty of slamming doors and missed connections.

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Directed by Scott Waddell, “Love, Sex and the IRS” features a cast of all local talent and veterans of the Tryon Little Theatre stage. Tickets are available from the TLT box office at 828-859-2466.

We recommend parental discretion for this show; the material includes some mild adult content. We’ve been saying it’s “PG” but not “PC.”

For more information, visit www.tltinfo.org, or email tryonlittletheatre@gmail.com.

– Submitted by Tryon Little Theater