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Updated: 01/22/2014 08:00:03AM

Sex, spies, and side-splitting laughter

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Performers for "Sin, Sex, and the CIA" are: L-R: Mike Gilbert (Daniel Warren) Larry McGee (Rev. Sam Abernathy) Lorrie Pearl (Millicent) Gary Grossman (Luke James) Judy Juliano (Margaret Johnson) and Shirley George (Donna Yarid).

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Rev. Abernathy (Larry McGee) believes that his secretary Millicent (Lorrie Pearl) is about to embark on a road to sin, and he tries to stop her in a scene from "Sin, Sex, and the CIA" being performed by the Charlotte Players at the Cultural Center Theater from Jan. 24 through Feb. 1.

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Bumbling Undercover CIA Agent Luke James (Gary Grossman) is freed from his own booby trap by the Cabin Caretaker, Daniel Warren (Mike Gilbert) in "Sin, Sex, and the CIA" being performed by the Charlotte Players on Jan. 24 through Feb.1 at the Charlotte County Cultural Center Theater in Port Charlotte.

By CHRIS KOURAPIS

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It may be challenging, but those who enjoy complex and hilariously funny plots that keep them guessing won’t want to miss “Sin, Sex & the CIA” by Michael and Susan Parker, a play that’s being performed by the Charlotte Players from Jan. 23 through Feb. 1 at the Charlotte County Cultural Center Theater.

Who are the spies from OPEC that want to stop a deal between Chagossians and the USA? Will the Reverend discover damnation and sin? Are all CIA agents graduates of the “Complete Idiots Academy?”

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