It's a common story these days: Mega corporation tries to swallow a tiny mom and pop by sending a corporate raider in to do the dirty work. Corporate raider, however, falls in love with the beautiful and intelligent daughter in the family business, and is forced to reconcile his desire for greenbacks with his desire to get back. Typical.
Well, that's how it goes, at least, in the new play Other People's Money, appearing Saturday and Sunday at the Boca Raton Theatre Guild. You might recall the 1991 Danny DeVito flick of the same name. Tickets to the onstage version of the romantic comedy start at $19.
March 21-22, 8 p.m., 2009