Thursday, October 23, 2008

The Lack of Love:

Has Mike Daisey grown tired of hearing himself talk? The storyteller from Maine—who launched his theater career in Seattle with a monologue about working at, before moving to New York—has finally written a play.

Daisey has a rich, restless imagination. His monologues amble through the halls of the American mind—Monopoly! concerned Nikola Tesla, Thomas Edison, Microsoft, board games, experimental theater, Wal-Mart, and his Maine hometown—and the new play, titled The Moon Is a Dead World, is set in a remote military outpost in Greenland during the Cold War.

12:42 AM