As long as you can keep paying, there’s really no need to die.
80 year old Maxine is convinced her daughter is paying Nurse Tina to bump her off before an impending tax deadline.
A darkly comic play about death and taxes, and how we must live with both.
Lucas Hnath is a playwright based in New York City. His previous credits include Death Tax (Humana Festival/Steinberg Award Isaac’s Eye (EST) and the short play, NightNight (Humana Festival). Upcoming: A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay about the Death of Walt Disney (SoHo Rep) and Red Speedo (Studio Theatre, DC).
Age Guidance 14+
Running Time 1 hour 30 mins (no interval)
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