Some Confusions in the Law about Love Text

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In Some Confusions in the Law about Love, a (rather unlikely) Elvis Presley impersonator in Birmingham (England) performs his act on a tacky nightclub stage.  As the evening progresses, he is joined by two jaded showgirls, a pair of forlorn skeletons who perform an archaic Japanese love-suicide story, and special guests Mike and Dolores, ‘sex act escapologists,’ who are interviewed ‘live by satellite from Hawaii’ on two monitors at the edges of the performance area.