"What you have is a couple of musicians who have been friends for several years through college, terribly underemployed," explains Director, Mike Stephens.
The fun begins when one of the duo stumbles upon a scheme to save money, buy changing the other roommate's sex on their tax forms and file for a joint marriage.
Their plan seems to work for a few years, until the IRS comes knocking.
To make matters more complicated, the fiance of one of the roommates gets involved.
"She helps with the whole scheme once she finds out about it," says Stephens, "but to complicate the process, Kate's having an affair with Leslie."
Despite a few instances of profane language, Stephens promises the show is appropriate for the PG 13 crowd.
"There's a couple of pieces of language here and there, but nothing the kids wouldn't see on Prime Time TV."
So if you're looking for something to do this weekend, Shane Hill, executive director for the Abilene Community Theatre, says theater has the power to bring all kinds of people together.
"Theatre in general has the ability to bring people from different walks of life together, especially in community theater, where you have people on stage acting for the love of it," says Hill.
"Love, Sex, & The IRS"
Abilene Community Theatre
January 19-21, 26-28, &
February 3 & 4
Box office: (325) 673-6271