THE GREAT GOD MONEY is a mythological musical that explores one woman’s journey through the magical lands of money. Developed out of community workshops and audience questionnaires, the show wrestles with one of the thorniest issues of contemporary life with humor, catchy songs and office supplies.


Crisp, smart, and amusing

– NYtheatre

THE GREAT GOD MONEY was performed as part of the New York International Fringe Festival in August 2005



Written and Directed by Emily Davis

Music by Emily Davis, Barry Gribble, Dmitri Kalmar, and Ben Morss

Musical Direction by Dmitri Kalmar

Choreography by Lane Hagen

Fight Direction by Matt Gordon

Costume Design by Roxana Ramseur

Scenic Design by David Bengali

Stage Management by Erin Threlfall


Featuring: Deb Heinig*, Micah Freedman*, Rainbow Geffner, Myles Goldin*, John Myers*, Julia Beardsley O’Brien,  Christopher Speziale and Matthew Wages*

*Appearing courtesy of Actor’s Equity Association


This performance was made possible by LMCC’s Fund for Creative Communities/NYSCA

Review in

Magazine article in Sarah Lawrence College Magazine featuring Emily Davis on money, discipline and how it all got started:

Side bar in Sarah Lawrence College Magazine on the origins of The Great God Money:

The show was subsequently produced by Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre in South Orange, New Jersey.

Interview with Laura Ekstrand of Dreamcatcher Repertory about working on The Great God Money: