Directed by Jean-Michele Gregory, Daisey's monologue investigates the secret history of the Department of Homeland Security through the untold story of the father of the neutron bomb and a personal pilgrimage to the Trinity blast site.
Daisey is the author of numerous solo shows, including How Theater Failed America, Great Men of Genius, All Stories Are Fiction, and 21 Dog Years. Gregory, who is also Daisey's wife, has directed many of his previous monologues, as well as Martin Dockery's Wanderlust and Suzanne Morrison's Yoga Bitch.For more information, visit www.publictheater.org.
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