This event occurs weekly, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Just in time for tax season, Carpenter Square Theatre presents “Death Tax,” Lucas Hnath’s darkly comic tale about death and taxes and how we live with both.
Remaining performance dates and times are at 7:30 p.m. April 18, and 8 p.m. April 19-20. The play is rated PG-13 for strong language.
It's December. Maxine is a well-to-do elderly woman in poor health who may or may not have dementia. Confined to her bed in a nursing home, Maxine believes her daughter is paying her caregiver Tina to gently nudge her into the grave before the New Year begins, so her daughter doesn't have to pay hefty estate taxes that will take effect on January 1. Nurse Tina denies it, but when Maxine offers her a portion of her sizable estate on the condition that she lives until the 1st, Tina changes her tune. A plan is hatched, but of course, the plan doesn't go according to plan...
Carpenter Square Theatre
Rhonda M. Clark
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