Mike Daisey, All Stories Are Fiction

Friday, January 31, 2014 at 7:30 p.m.
Camp Concert Hall, Booker Hall of Music

Mike Daisey is a fierce storyteller – one minute hilarious, the next minute sweet – with a fine-tuned ear for digression. He circles in on his uneasy subject matter, closer and closer, until he exposes its raw heart. The New York Times calls him “the master storyteller” and he has been compared to Garrison Keillor, Spalding Gray, and David Sedaris.

For his Richmond appearance, Daisey will spend two days in residency at the University of Richmond – working with students, wandering campus, and simply observing. Just before curtain, Daisey will make a few notes reflecting on his time at the University. When the lights come up, he will tell his tale for the first and only time. Expect to laugh, gasp, think, and perhaps even be offended by Daisey’s frank, yet magical, storytelling.

May not be suitable for all audiences.

Sponsored in part by the Cultural Affairs Committee.

Related Event
CCE Brown Bag: Are All Stories Fiction? 

A conversation with Mike Daisey and Dr. Sylvia Gale, associate director, Bonner Center for Civic Engagement. Co-sponsored by Bonner Center for Civic Engagement 

Free and open to the public
Friday, January 31, 12:30 - 1:25 pm
Tyler Haynes Commons room 305 (campus map

Ticket Information
Adult: $34 UR Student: Free
Senior (62+): $31 UR Employee: $29
Child (0-12): $17 Group (20+): $31

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