Monday, September 22, 2008

Monologuist Mike Daisey looks at homeland security:

Mike Daisey likes to tell stories. On stage.

His latest monologue, "If You See Something Say Something," takes a look at the Department of Homeland Security, its history and what it means to be safe.

The production, directed by Jean-Michele Gregory, opens Oct. 27 at the Public Theater with preview performances beginning Oct. 15.

Daisey has built a reputation on these monologues, which include "21 Dog Years" and "How Theater Failed America," which has performed in theaters throughout the United States.

For tickets to "If You See Something Say Something," which runs through Nov. 30, call 212-967-7555, or visit the Web site,

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