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Award-winning storyteller-monologist Mike Daisey returns to the McCullough stage with his most provocative subject yet: America’s relationship with guns. Throwing easy answers and partisan bickering out the window, he delves into the history of the gun and its place in our culture, cutting through the political static with hilarious comedy, brilliant observation, and pitch-perfect timing.

Daisey has been called “the master storyteller” and “one of the finest solo performers of his generation” by The New York Times for his groundbreaking monologues which weave together autobiography, gonzo journalism, and unscripted performance to tell hilarious and heartbreaking stories that cut to the bone, exposing secret histories and unexpected connections.

Award-winning storyteller-monologist Mike Daisey returns to the McCullough stage with his most provocative subject yet: America’s relationship with guns. Throwing easy answers and partisan bickering out the window, he delves into the history of the gun and its place in our culture, cutting through the political static with hilarious comedy, brilliant observation, and pitch-perfect timing.

Daisey has been called “the master storyteller” and “one of the finest solo performers of his generation” by The New York Times for his groundbreaking monologues which weave together autobiography, gonzo journalism, and unscripted performance to tell hilarious and heartbreaking stories that cut to the bone, exposing secret histories and unexpected connections.

Award-winning storyteller-monologist Mike Daisey returns to the McCullough stage with his most provocative subject yet: America’s relationship with guns. Throwing easy answers and partisan bickering out the window, he delves into the history of the gun and its place in our culture, cutting through the political static with hilarious comedy, brilliant observation, and pitch-perfect timing.

Daisey has been called “the master storyteller” and “one of the finest solo performers of his generation” by The New York Times for his groundbreaking monologues which weave together autobiography, gonzo journalism, and unscripted performance to tell hilarious and heartbreaking stories that cut to the bone, exposing secret histories and unexpected connections.

WHEN

WHERE

McCullough Theatre
2375 Robert Dedman Dr.
Austin, TX 78712
http://texasperformingarts.org/season/mike-daise-story-of-the-gun-mccullough-theatre-2016

TICKET INFO

$10-$40
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