I spend far too much time thinking about Donald Trump. As a thankful respite from trying to read the 448 pages of the Mueller Report recently, it was for positive reasons on the night at Southwark Playhouse.
Director Katharine Farmer discovered the script for Jerry Sterner’s 1989 Off-Broadway comedy Other People’s Money in a secondhand bookshop… with a quote on the jacket from Donald Trump. She explains why she had to revive the play in London on its 30th anniversary, and why it’s still so timely. Gen up and then get booking by 11 May!
Are you ready to grab life by the assets? The 30th-anniversary revival of Other People’s Money, Jerry Sterner’s award-winning Off-Broadway comedy about a very hostile takeover, has taken over Southwark Playhouse. We’ve rounded up our favourite review highlights. Time to get booking!
So how nicely appropriate of Katharine Farmer and Blue Touch Paper Productions to open this 1989 play, Other People’s Money by Jerry Sterner, on the very day we learned that President Trump gets a State Visit this summer.
Remember the eighties? From Michael Douglas’ braces in Wall Street to Joan Cusack’s shoulder pads and big hair in Working Girl, they’re all here if a little distorted from the rear-view mirror, in Katherine Farmer’s resurrection of Other People’s Money at Southwark.
Tonight’s the night! The 30th-anniversary revival of Other People’s Money, Jerry Sterner’s award-winning Off-Broadway comedy about a very hostile takeover, officially opens tonight with cast including Michael Brandon and Rob Locke. Check out our full gallery of first-look production photos below – and then get booking!
Have they been flashing the cash? Go inside the rehearsal room for this major new stage production of corporate greed satire Other People’s Money, starring Michael Brandon and Rob Locke. Check out our full gallery of photos below – and then get booking!
As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, on Friday 19 April 2019, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock talks to the director and stars of this major revival of Other People’s Money, the play that spawned the film starring Danny DeVito. Got any questions?
Do you love money? The award-winning Off-Broadway play Other People’s Money, also famously made into a film starring Danny DeVito, is getting a major new London revival this month at Southwark Playhouse. Michael Brandon leads the cast. Time to get booking!
Southwark Playhouse has announced its new 2019 season, running from January to June, one of the final programmes in its current home before it moves into two custom-built facilities for its long-term future.