Edward Voysey has a dilemma. His father, patriarch of the family investment company, has announced that he has run the company as a Ponzi scheme for years. Sound familiar? Amazingly, this play was written over 100 years ago. Now it has been impeccably updated by America's premier playwright, David Mamet. What will Edward do? Turn his back on his family and immeasurably harm the firm's clients? Or does he work diligently to make amends yet compromise his morality in the process? The Voysey Inheritance is an examination of the moral complexities that Bernie Madoff and other financial schemers may never have considered.