Mike Daisey - Bad Faith
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Mike Daisey - Bad Faith

Mike Daisey - Bad Faith NYC Reviews and Tickets

(37 Reviews)
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Disappointing, Indulgent, Thought-provoking, Absorbing, Ambitious

About the Show

In his provocative new show, celebrated solo artist Mike Daisey sinks his teeth into a harsh reality: bad faith is becoming more rampant in today’s culture. 

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Member Reviews (37)

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962 Reviews | 339 Followers
Relevant, Muddled/meandering, Thought-provoking, Looong, Absorbing

See it if you're ok w/2 hrs of rambling. MD is intellig/engaging, but he's defensive abt his "scandal." He lacked integrity, so it's hard to trust him

Don't see it if you want coherence. His points abt bad faith get muddied. But he is funny/ clever. Needs serious editing, shaping. Disappointing.

912 Reviews | 378 Followers
Funny, Indulgent, Thought-provoking, Rambling, Disappointing

See it if You want to see Mike Daisey sit at a desk and do his podcast. Some interesting bits lost in a rambling stream of consciousness.

Don't see it if You desire any action AT ALL or even a coherent plot. He doesn’t really even tie it all together with the loose thread the title suggests.

916 Reviews | 224 Followers
Funny, Relevant, Profound, Intelligent

See it if If you like long monologues about where we are now in life. The star is articulate and intelligent.

Don't see it if No intermission kinda long and drawn out at times. If you prefer a more traditional play.

507 Reviews | 1868 Followers
Scattered, Long, Absorbing

See it if Engaging storytelling but also a bit scattered. At 2 hours, was 30-40 min. too long covering too much. Also... polyamory never works out.

Don't see it if You don’t like monologues performances.

713 Reviews | 121 Followers
Indulgent, Slow, Thought-provoking, Disappointing, Confusing

See it if you enjoy extended monologs pushing personal experiences into generalities. Mike Daisey is a good speaker who clearly enjoys telling stories

Don't see it if You are expecting historic or economic revelations. This time he stays with his personal experiences stemming from a recent divorce.

677 Reviews | 187 Followers
Amusing, Disappointing, Drawn-out, Indulgent, Rambling

See it if you want to be a part of Daisey's therapy session, wherein he rambles & meanders thru personal stories as he tries to rehab his reputation.

Don't see it if u expect something coherent, cogent & original from a generally insightful & articulate monologist; ur a Trumpist (or u have Trump fatigue). Read more

687 Reviews | 113 Followers
Thought-provoking, Indulgent, Slow, Edgy, Ambitious

See it if Daisey's most personally honest; thus powerful show to date Finally located the nexus of political & personal via the realm of bad faith

Don't see it if Monologue is dense, lengthy & overwrought (Daisey trademarks) requiring rigorous attention for payoff A meditation on our irreligious time

567 Reviews | 147 Followers
Raw and confessional, Relevant, Great writing, Intense, Absorbing

See it if Monologuist spills tea on Self:Esophageal,polyamoury,divorce,insulin,gaslite & psyche ward stint."It's always midnite in the middle of day."

Don't see it if Confessional 2 hrs."(Bad faith) allowed the problems of the past to enable the problems of today to come to pass/I am the most famous liar" Read more

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