A very nice review today for GREAT MEN OF GENIUS in the Village Voice:
Like a coked-up History Channel biography, Mike Daisey’s new “bio-logues” ruminate on brilliant men and their piteous pitfalls, interspersed with Daisey’s personal experiences. Each night explores a new subject, from Bertolt Brecht to L. Ron Hubbard—it’s like hearing a lecture by your favorite professor while drinking beer in a comfortable lounge chair. You might even walk away smarter than before.
Ah..."coked-up History Channel biography". I think that's a keeper.