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Mike Daisey, 'Invincible Summer'
Mike Daisey's sparkling, passionately delivered monologue covers topics both individual and universal. (Chris Bennion) Chris Bennion
Stage Review

His stories make for 'Summer' to remember

By Louise Kennedy
Globe Staff / April 10, 2007

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Even more than most theater artists, Mike Daisey must always rely on the kindness of strangers -- or, more precisely, on their intelligence, alertness, and sense of humor. He depends on his audience because he performs his monologue differently every night, weaving and cutting and pacing its interconnected stories according to how each audience responds. (Full article: 751 words)

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