'I will not go silent' _ performer Mike Daisey hits back at critics of his …
By Andy Smith Playwright Mike Daisey will speak at Georgetown University Monday night. (AP Photo/The Public Theater, Stan Barouh) (Stan Barouh – AP) DMVReads is a feature designed to help readers share the best local stories with one another.
Mike Daisey, the off-Broadway performer who admitted that he made up parts of his one-man show about Apple products being made in Chinese sweatshops, has cut questionable sections from the monologue and added a
Mike Daisey, an actor, writer and solo stage performer, has become fodder for commentators and journalists across the country after NPR's program "This American Life" retracted a story that contained parts of his one-man
Monologuist Mike Daisey, we've all learned, is an excellent liar. Now, let's see what else Daisey has lied about in his decades-long career, besides many of the facts in his story about investigating Foxconn. Here's one.
But, once more, the journalism world is full of great shocked handwringing at the supposed deviations of the playwright and actor Mike Daisey for how his one-man show The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs exposed abuses at the Foxconn factories in