Directed by Jean-Michele Gregory

For three years Mike Daisey has been working on an insane project: a live twenty–four hour monologue, on the scale of War and Peace. Dreamed of as an epic story that shatters the framework of the theater, All the Hours in the Day will span the globe, following the terminator line between day and night, weaving together massive narrative threads into an electric story about our humanity in this age…if all goes well. In this one night event, Daisey unpacks the work to come: he will explore what it means to create a work that challenges our ability to even perform it, and the themes of exhaustion, euphoria, madness, time, and death that are intimately woven into such an undertaking. Join in the first steps of an impossible pursuit.