Sunday, July 21, 2013
Rolling in the Dough with...Noah Berman
Hometown: Newton, MA
Who do you play in Serious Money: TK, Brian, Ensemble
Tell us about Serious Money: Serious Money is a biting satire about the deregulation of the international banking systems in the '80s. I know, doesn't sound like a ripe subject for theatricalization, but this play has got some knocks to give, believe me.
Describe Serious Money in 3 words: Greed, Cocaine, FANGS
Which company member is most likely to be the richest?: Will it be self-fulfilling if I just say its me?
Most likely to solve a murder mystery?: Got to be Steve Dykes. He knows so much about so much he's practically a Dan Brown protagonist.
Most likely to get offed?: Anyone who touches Steve's daughter, Madeley Crenshaw-Dykes...
Who’s the sneakiest?: Molly O'Keefe. You should just see her, slinking around backstage at the top of the show in that black cape like she's an assassin.
Sleaziest?: I think it would be me if I were to answer that question. It's a Catch-22.
Cocaine or champagne?: Let's be real. Both.
Why should we come see Serious Money?: You should come see Serious Money because it's a glimpse into the life of the rich and infamous. Even though it's a satire, I think if Bernie Madoff were to see it, he'd think it was eerily like looking in a mirror (one that spoke in rhyme, anyway). And, if for no other reason, come to see us all sing and dance!