MDHF Presents LOVE, SEX AND THE IRS at Carrollwood Sept 3-5

MDHF Productions to perform the comedy "Love, Sex and the IRS" at the Carrollwood Cultural Center.  MDHF Productions will be performing the comedy "Love, Sex and the IRS" at the Carrollwood Cultural Center on Friday, September 3 at 8 pm, Saturday, September 4 at 8 pm and Sunday, September 5 at 3 pm.  Tickets prices are $15 for regular admission and $10 for Carrollwood Cultural Center members. Tickets can be purchased at the door.For more information visit the Center website at

The show is written by William Van Zandt & Jane Milmore, and is produced in association with Samuel French, Inc.

"Love, Sex and the IRS" tells the story of Jon Trachtman an Leslie Arthur, two longtime roommates and best friends. Jon is engaged to Kate Dennis, who has been having an affair behind Jon's back with Leslie. Meanwhile, Jon, an accountant, has been listing Leslie as his wife on his tax returns for the past 4 years to save some money. The day of reckoning comes when a phone call from Mr. Floyd Spinner of the IRS informs them of their impending audit. The three decide to attempt to pull off a con: Pass Leslie off for ond day as Jon's wife. The plan, to say the least, goes hilariously awry.

The cast consists of Doug Buffaloe as Leslie Arthur, Martin Lemaire as Jon Trachtman, Jennifer Morgan as Kate Dennis, Tom Guerre as Floyd Spinner, Clint Shepherd as Mr. Jansen, Terry Fiset/Mollie Anderson as Vivian Trachtman, Jessica Cothron as Connie, and Corey Wade as Arnold Grunion.
The Carrollwood Cultural Center is a partnership between Hillsborough County and the Friends of the Carrollwood Cultural Center. It is the first cultural center in the Hillsborough County Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department system and opened in March 2008. The building is a complete renovation of the old St. Mark's Episcopal Church and a new addition that provides more than 22,000 square feet of space for the arts.

The mission of the Friends of the Center is to offer cultural programs, services and events that encourage individual exploration and promotes a sense of community. The Center participates with several Florida interest groups to promote the arts and its influences throughout the community. These groups offer intergenerational programs as well as initiatives that address particular individual needs and encompass graphic and performing arts, continuing education, and community outreach programs.

The Friends of the Carrollwood Cultural Center, a 501(c)3 organization. For more information visit the Center website at


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