Mike Daisey coming to Woolly Mammoth is a big deal, in more ways than one. He's a big guy and hard to describe. He does full-length monologues on specific topics - a little like the famous Spalding Gray - taking his time to get to the main points. But he's entertaining and will make you feel uncomfortable at the same time, especially when he takes out his cloth to wipe his sweating brow (a la Rodney Dangerfield). His last play/rant, about Apple's workers in China, led to his recanting some of his claims - but it was a lot of fun to watch. And did very well in New York.
Tickets are distributed at 6 pm in the Pay What You Can fashion. It's always hard to say how crowded it will be. It's good that Monday is also a PWYC so maybe crowd will be diluted. I will try to get there around 5:30 with my sign. If you get there before 6, just get in line. I can post a how-crowded-is-it update on this site when I get there. We'll meet after we get our tickets and then go out to eat at about 6:20. The nice thing about this evening is that the play starts at 8 so we'll have plenty of time to socialize. Last time we went to Ellas which has a very good happy hour.
If you can only come later and would like to have someone buy you a ticket, please indicate that and we will do our best. Each person can buy 2, I believe. Woolly is located just off 7th St., a couple blocks from either the Archives Metro or Gallery Place. Street parking is available after 6:30 though most spots have meters.