Other People's Money is set in New York and Rhode Island in the late 1980's - a time when "greed was good". Andrew Jorgenson is the paternal Cairman of New England Wire & Cable, a solid old company just ripe for a takeover bid. Enter Lawrence Garfinkle, a brash abrasive, donut munching New York investment banker who is intent on taking over the company, closing it down and packing the receipts.
Who will be the ultimate winner?
A story of loyalty, tradition, friendship and money.
Other People's Money will keep audiences guessing and riveted to their seats until the climactic final scene.
Other People's Money was the Off Broadway play of the year in 1989 and was made into a popular film starring
Danny De Vitto.