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Re: “Best Liar

I've seen Mike Daisey perform his monologues many times. In his performances he never identifies himself as Mike Daisey. He is an actor playing a role written by a playwright, which in his case happens to be himself. When he performed "The Agony and the Ecstasy..." in New York there was a note in the program that clearly stated that although the events of the play are true, the identities of the people involved are sometimes changed for dramatic clarity. So he created a monologue where the narrator witnesses things Mike Daisey saw himself and things that Mike Daisey learned of from other sources. Please explain how any of this adds up to lying.

Posted by MichaelDale on March 6, 2013 at 12:43 PM
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