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The reviews are in! Death Tax is “a slim but powerful play” (Star Tribune), “smart, funny, thought-provoking” (Cherry and Spoon), and “an appealing and human performance” (Pioneer Press).

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A suspenseful and captivating dark comedy by Lucas Hnath about the tensions between family and money, life and death.

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Pillsbury House Theatre hopes you continue the conversations that our productions inspire. After you’ve seen DEATH TAX, share your thoughts with us online, attend a post-show discussion, or consider the following discussion questions wherever you wind up after the show.

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The term “death tax” has been used since the nineteenth century to refer to a broad group of taxes (estate taxes, inheritance taxes, legacy taxes and succession taxes) imposed after the death of an individual. Today, however, the term is more commonly used to negatively refer to the estate tax, a federal tax on the transfer of a person’s property following that person’s death.

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Does DEATH TAX have you wondering about your own end-of-life preparedness? Check out these free upcoming workshops on Health Care Directives and Estate Planning 101 at Pillsbury House + Theatre: