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. More…
From the show:
From the President and our politics to climate and corporate rule, Daisey unpacks how bad faith — a twisted kind of deception — spreads, why people choose bad faith over goodwill, and how this growing epidemic impacts our lives. Using heartbreaking and darkly hilarious stories from his own life, Daisey wrestles with the big questions: how do we know we're not part of the problem and how do we make sure the worst people don't come out on top?
Bad Faith will be produced by Audible Theater and recorded live at the Minetta Lane Theatre for Audible listeners globally.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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).
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
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.
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"
See it if You enjoy monologues and want to get a glimpse into a man's life. He's intelligent, well spoken and relevant. Occasionally funny.
Don't see it if You want to be constantly entertained. While there are great moments, it is also long and at times rambling. And there is no intermission.
See it if you are a Mike Daisey fan this is for you. An examination of life in transition, a raw emotional journey.Bravo for such a personal monologue
Don't see it if If you prefer light dramas or musicals .
See it if you are a fan of Mike Daisey and the stories he brings to the stage.
Don't see it if a play where I guy sits in one spot for an hour and a half and tells you one of the most interesting stories you have ever heard. Shame on U
See it if you're into well-performed monologues by a seasoned story-teller with a left-aisle bent; can "connect the dots" re:seemingly unrelated topic
Don't see it if you don't want someone to burst your bubble of avoidance & denial- this show covers some harsh realities of our lives today in this world
See it if you are a fan of this particular monologuist. I had never heard of him. Blends personal & political commentary fairly well, woven together.
Don't see it if you have no tolerance for profanity, if you are a Trump fan, or if you are not patient. It takes a while to get woven together. Was just OK.
See it if you want to hear a 110 minute monologue by a man sitting in a chair and in front a desk.
Don't see it if you want to see a production with many characters and scenes that add up to something.
See it if you like Daisey's monologues. This one is not one of his best...lots of rambling and all over the place. Not focused and too long.
Don't see it if You don't like one person monologues.
See it if You're a Daisey fan; his persona, as well as his life, has shifted since last heard from; though the effects on his writing are mixed
Don't see it if Impatient with works in progress; note this is a "phone free" event (something that should be disclosed in advance): Yondr pouches required
See it if A two hour show of a seated man speaking can keep your attention. He validly brings to our attention how much we enter into this contract.
Don't see it if You need more than one person stating their views on our currant state of affairs, or r right wing. Needs editing. Touching when personal~
See it if You love Mike Daisey's work. This is among my favorite of his monologues and I do not understand the negative feedback. I was rocked by this
Don't see it if You do not like smart, engaging, thoughtful, intellectually stimulating theater.
See it if Disappointing One Man Show trying to cover too many topics. With a little polish and cohesion this would be a much better production.
Don't see it if You are not a fan of solo monologues. Run time was an hour and 40 minutes without an intermission
See it if You want to sit through a two hours monologue with some clever ideas but also some overindulging moments about his “ scandal “.
Don't see it if If monologues are not your thing and you are a Trump supporter. This is definitely not the show for you.
See it if you want to see a gifted monologuist and insightful observer of society utterly clueless about his own life. Some very good moments, but ...
Don't see it if meandering. He tried to make a point when you can see he is just in a very bad place right now -- and trying to convince himself otherwise.
See it if You want to hear what Mr. Daisey has to say as he makes some good points and offers some insights/warnings into too many topics to mention.
Don't see it if You feel there are way too many people already expressing unwanted opinions in the social media labyrinth of pundits and monologuists.