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Mike Daisey
Mike Daisey, who brings three shows to the ART, says he's "attracted to obscure, strange, secret, and technical things." (Peter Dylan O'Connor) Peter Dylan O'Connor

Storytelling 'in the moment' drives Daisey

By Terry Byrne
Globe Correspondent / April 6, 2007

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Mike Daisey sits at a desk and tells stories. With only a pad of legal paper holding a few notes, the remarkably expressive performance artist riffs on cubicle culture, 9/11, creativity, and Microsoft , but always, he remains the average citizen at the center of the maelstrom. He's developing a growing cult following for his uncanny ability to mix personal ... (Full article: 1191 words)

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