Theater: The Last Cargo Cult | Atlanta | See & Do | See & Do:
What do remote Pacific Islanders have to do with the American financial system? Practically everything, according to Mike Daisey in THE LAST CARGO CULT. The scathing, frequently hilarious monologue uses the phenomenon of tribal "cargo cults," which worship more technologically advanced society, as a means of skewering American materialism and the recent economic collapse. Daisey's larger-than-life delivery can take a description of buying IKEA furniture to near-operatic heights.