If you read all the way to the end of my recent cover story on divisive monologuist Mike Daisey's return to Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company — where he "birthed" his much-discussed show The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs in 2010—then you know he has already begun to perform a new monologue reflecting on [...]
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Oh, Mike Daisey, why can’t I ever stay mad at you?
No, really, I can’t. That’s fine; there’s more than enough bile coming from everyone else to pick up the slack of my outrage deficit.
“This is my first scandal,” the embattled monologist told the audience at Georgetown University’s Lohrfink Auditorium last night. After introductions [...]
The Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs—performer Mike Daisey's monologue about where Apple gadgets are manufactured and who they’re manufactured by—will return to Woolly Mammoth Theatre this summer, more than a year after it first appeared on the Penn Quarter company's stage. And following a highly touted run at New York's Public Theatre—not to mention the widely [...]
Rend Smith has the cover story this week with his account of why Listen Vision, a local recording studio, incurred the wrath of the recording industry and the Metropolitan Police Department. Sadie Dingfelder leads off the arts section with her profile of Inkognito, D.C.'s youngest, brashest wheatpaste crew. Trey Graham reviews Signature Theatre's And the [...]