Friday, August 20, 2010

Controlling the Interface | Arts | Portland Mercury:

PORTLAND HAS A CRUSH on monologist Mike Daisey, and with damn good reason: Daisey's performances fulfill the often empty promise of theater as a transformative medium. His monologues are propelled by curiosity, anger, and a streak of stubborn, Vonnegut-esque humanism, as he takes on topics ranging from Amazon to the Department of Homeland Security to the American theater system.