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Serious Money is a satirical play written by Caryl Churchill first staged in London in 1987. Its subject is the British stock market, specifically the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange (LIFFE). Often considered one of Churchill's finest plays along with Cloud 9 (1979) and Top Girls (1982), it is notable for being largely written in rhyming couplets.
Satirical play by Caryl Churchill
|Written by||Caryl Churchill|
|Music by||Ian Dury|
|Place premiered||Royal Court Theatre|
|Subject||The world of arbitrageurs, junk bonds and greenmail, white knights and corporate raiders|
|Setting||1980s, London and New York|