Other People's Money



Fast-talking Wall Street shark Lawrence Garfinkle —also known as “Larry the Liquidator”—has his sights set on taking over the undervalued stock of New England Wire and Cable. It’s up to Kate Sullivan, a determined big-city lawyer, to stop Larry from gutting the company. Can Kate save her hometown’s esteemed business from being conquered by Larry? Loaded with conflict, comedy, and a touch of romance, Other People’s Money delves into the seedy and deceptive world of business.

Other People's Money by Jerry Sterner will play August 1- August 19 in FST's Gompertz Theatre. Subscriptions and single tickets are available online by clicking the button above or by calling the FST Box Office at 941-366-9000. Subscribe now to see all three Mainstage shows for as little as $39!

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Director | Jason Cannon

Scenic Designers | Isabel & Moriah Curley-Clay

Costume Designer | Susan Angermann

Lighting Designer | Micheal Foster

Sound Designer | Thom Korp



Kate Sullivan | Nehassaiu deGannes* 

Bill Coles | Joe Ditmyer* 

Bea Sullivan | Perri Gaffney*

Andrew Jorgenson | Colin Lane*

Lawrence Garfinkle | Sam Mossler*


N deGannesNEHASSAIU DEGANNES (Kate Sullivan) Recent credits include Obie Award-winning Is God Is (Soho Rep) SEAGULLMACHINE (La MaMa) The Last Wife (WAM Theatre) Intimate Apparel and Or, *Berkshire Theater Award Outstanding Supporting Actress (Shakespeare & Co.) The Convert (Underground Railway - Eliot Norton Award) King Lear (Chicago Shakes) as well as roles at Stratford Festival of Canada. Film: the upcoming Equal Standard with Ice-T & Robert Clohessy. Brown MFA & Trinity Rep Conservatory. Nehassaiu lives in Brooklyn. nehassaiu.com IG @nehassaiu

Joe DitmyerJOE DITMYER (Bill Coles) FST: Million Dollar Quartet (Sam Phillips), Butler (Lieutenant Kelly), Shear Madness (Eddie). Regional: The Christians (Pastor Paul), The Invisible Hand (Nick Bright), The Elephant Man (Frederick Treves), On Golden Pond (Bill Ray), and Harvey (Dr. Sanderson). NYC: War Uncensored, Faustus, Moses My Love.  Metropolitan Opera: Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk.  National Tours: Shear Madness (Eddie), Damn Yankees (Joe), and Shenandoah (James). Film and Television: Blackest Days, Dead Souls, The International, As the World Turns, Law and Order SVU, and Area 51 Declassified. 

PerriPERRI GAFFNEY (Bea Sullivan) in her Florida Studio Theatre debut. Other credits include: Stage; FAMILIAR, Having Our Say, To Kill A Mockingbird, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, Steel Magnolias, A Raisin in the Sun, Macbeth, Death and the King’s Horseman, The Resurrection of Alice, Intimate Apparel, Polk County, Fences. Film/TV; As The World Turns, Law & Order, Law & Order: SVU; So Close, Deep Trouble, Fake Preacher. Books; The Resurrection of Alice; Managing Artists in Pop Music, and The Business of Broadway (with Mitch Weiss).

Colin LaneCOLIN LANE (Andrew Jorgenson) has performed on Broadway, off Broadway, and off-off Broadway. He’s a Handy Award-winner for Victor in Remembrance, a Drama Logue Award-winner for Frank Sweeney in Molly Sweeney, and a Broadway World Orlando nominee for Frank Hardy in Faith Healer. Most recently, he was seen at the renowned Irish Repertory Theatre in its completely sold out production, Three Small Irish Masterpieces, directed by Charlotte Moore. FST credits include Chapatti and Ghost-Writer, both directed by Kate Alexander. Movies include: Time Bomb, First Steps, Broken Harvest, The Blood Oranges, and Lesser Prophets.

Sam MosslerSAM MOSSLER (Lawrence Garfinkle) Is thrilled to be back home at FST.  Sam last appeared at FST as Chef George in How to Use a Knife as part of this past year’s Stage III Season. New York:The Owl and The Pussycat (Creative Space); The Sexes: According to Dorothy Parker (NY Comedy Club). Regional:The Philadelphia Story (New Harmony Theatre); Twelfth Night (Shakespeare on the Hudson);The Threepenny Opera (Connecticut Grand Opera). As a writer, Sam’s plays have been produced in New York and Los Angeles, and his screenplays have received honors from the Austin Film Festival and the International Screenwriters Association. He is most proud of his work as a Teaching Artist in FST’s Education program. www.sammossler.com

JASON CANNON (Director) is an Associate Artist at FST, where his responsibilities include directing, teaching, New Play Development, and the Acting Apprentice Program. Shows directed at FST include: How to Use a Knife, Once, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Robin Hood, Doublewide, Burt & Me, The Dragon vs. the Hiccups, Gidion’s Knot, Stalking the Bogeyman, Million Dollar Quartet, The Velveteen Rabbit, Relativity, My Name is Asher Lev, and Butler (which earned Best Director nominations from the Sarasota Herald-Tribune and Creative Loafing). His performance as “Ever Montgomery” in Dancing Lessons garnered “Best Actor of 2015” awards from both Sarasota Magazine and the Sarasota Herald-Tribune. He is a seven-time Kevin Kline Award nominee (and one time winner for Outstanding Leading Actor). He appears regularly with FST Improv. Proud member SDC, AEA, SAG-AFTRA. jasoncannon.biz

ROY JOHNS (Stage Manager) is pleased to be back for another season at FST. He has had an exciting and varied career both on stage and behind the scenes from Tokyo Disneyland to the White House. Past credits at FST include: Always...Patsy Cline; Honor Killing; Native Gardens; Once; Doublewide; The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey; Burt & Me; Rich Girl; brownsville song (b-side for tray); Million Dollar Quartet; The God of Isaac; The Roommate; The Fabulous Lipitones; Alabama Story; Outside Mullingar; One Man, Two Guvnors; The Hound of the Baskervilles; Chapatti; Hairspray; and Taking Shakespeare.

ISABEL & MORIAH CURLEY-CLAY (Scenic Designers) are award-winning scenic designers whose theatrical work can be seen on regional stages across the U.S. Recent credits include: The Magic Negro and other Blackity Blackness as told by an African American Man who also happens to be Black (Alliance Theatre); Lumberjacks in Love (Penobscott Theatre); Constellations (Horizon Theatre); Exit Strategy (Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre). Past designs at FST include Always…Patsy Cline, Honor Killing; Native Gardens; Doublewide; Rich Girl; Clever Little Lies; The God of Isaac; The Fabulous Lipitones; Alabama Story; Outside Mullingar; Butler; Taking Shakespeare; Chapatti; Inspired Lunacy; Dancing Lessons; Hairspray; and One Man, Two Guvnors. Isabel and Moriah’s designs were recently featured in American Theater Magazine’s Roll Call, 7 Theatrical People To Watch, and are both members of USA 829.

SUSAN ANGERMANN (Costume Designer) began designing for Florida Studio Theatre in 1993 for the WRITE A PLAY production of The Emperor’s New Clothes. She has designed for the Mainstage, Stage III, Cabaret, and other WRITE A PLAY productions. Among recent productions are Always...Patsy Cline; Honor Killing; Once; The Exonerated; Stalking the Bogeyman; Yesterday; Older Than Dirt; Piano Men; Chapatti; and Robin Hood. 

MICHEAL FOSTER (Lighting Designer) This production marks Micheal’s twenty second with FST. He is the Lighting Design Professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance at Missouri State University in Springfield, MO, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Alabama, a Master of Fine Arts degree from Ohio University, and interned at Central St. Martin’s College of Art and Design in London, England. Micheal is a proud member of United Scenic Artists, Local USA 829, IATSE, the labor union and professional association for theatrical designers, artists, and crafts people. 

THOM KORP (Sound Designer) a former FST intern, Thom is excited to be in his second season as staff. Previous projection work includes Grounded and The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey. Sound design credits include: Honor Killing, Native Gardens, How to Use a Knife, Once, The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey, The Columnist, Talley’s Folley, A Chorus Line, Spamalot, and The West Side Waltz. Mixing Credits: Next to Normal, Das Barbecü, Smokey Joe’s Café, The World Goes Round, Tango: Buenos Aires, We Will Rock You. Sound engineer with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines 2014 – 2016. 




New York Magazine

“Funny, serious, suspenseful”

“Involving, disturbing, and, above all, expertly crafted with epic grandeur and intimate titillation”

“The most stimulating kind of entertainment”

New York Times

“A megahit”

“Clever wit”


LA Times

“Very funny, and very human, play”

‘Without a flaw”


New York Post

"It held me, amused me, charmed me."



The Gompertz Theatre is located on the corner of First Street and Cocoanut Avenue inside of The Hegner Theatre Wing. For GPS purposes use the address of 1265 First Street, Sarasota, FL 34236. To see a list of our buildings and shows, please see below. For more information please call the FST Box Office at (941) 366-9000.

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