With a jam-today approach to both doughnuts and investments, Larry is accustomed to grabbing life by the assets. But CEO Jorgy has a different approach. Will his small town ideas stack up against booming Wall Street? In this darkly funny 80’s play, it all comes down to whether ‘values’ have their price.
Since opening off-Broadway in 1989, Other People’s Money has won an Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Off-Broadway Play and was adapted into the 1991 Hollywood film starring Danny DeVito.
See the play hailed by The New York Times as having ‘a heart of iron which beats about the cannibalistic nature of big business’ and described by current President of the United States of America Donald Trump as ‘an extraordinarily insightful, timely and witty play,’ and brace yourself for a moral combover!
Recommended for ages 12+
Garfinkle aims several Donald Trump-style boardroom passes at Kate so crude that he would be ostracised within minutes in the #MeToo era
Intriguing revival of Jerry Sterner’s 1980s finance drama
Perhaps not as poignant as when it was written but still carrying some heart, this production is worth seeing for the cast more than the story
Unfettered excess and predatory humour combine in a timely reflection on big business
Enjoyably energetic revival of a dated finance drama
I couldn't help wondering about the wisdom of reviving what is, frankly, a period piece
The starry cast do a good job of bringing the world of 1980s America to life in this darkly funny play
The play serves as a fable against greed and it’s interesting how many of the themes are relevant and relatable to a 2019 audience