Monthly Archives: November 2016

Relishing Antagonism in Other People’s Money

There are few things as fun to play for an actor as a good old-fashioned antagonistic relationship. The verbal jousting, the trickery, the impassioned rhetoric – it’s just a downright good time. Liv Rooth, playing Kate Sullivan, the young lawyer … Continue reading

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Scoundrals, criminals, Mamet and Jordan Lage

When Other People’s Money first debuted in New York in 1989 and became a cult hit, it wasn’t on Jordan Lage’s radar at all. “I was doing the reverse mirror image of this kind of play,” he recalled. He was … Continue reading

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Industry and Workers in ‘Other People’s Money’

Jorgensen, the owner of New England Wire and Cable at the heart of Other People’s Money, was a very particular kind of civic leader, said Edward James Hyland, the actor playing the role in Long Wharf Theatre’s production. Jorgensen felt … Continue reading

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Steve Routman goes back in time in ‘Other People’s Money’

Normally when actor Steve Routman settles down to work on a period piece – and Other People’s Money is most assuredly that, being set in the late 1980s – he takes a look at photos of the time period and … Continue reading

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