A harrowing yet funny tale where we meet Steve Jobs, the late head of the Apple Corporation, and the Chinese workers toiling to make our beloved iPhones. Written by Mike Daisey, performed by Grant O'Rourke, this monologue is a passionate diatribe that will make you question what you thought you knew about one of the world's most worshipped brands. It explores the legality and morality of electronic sweatshops in China and shows how one man's story might not be enough to topple an empire, but it can certainly give it a righteous shove.
"…we will never be able to look at the Apple products around us with the same eyes again…" The Scotsman
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