SUPPOSEDLY when you turn Mac, you never turn back.
Mike Daisey’s 60-minute monologue looks at globalisation, consumerism and capitalism and how multi-million-dollar-making company Apple exploits factory workers in China in order to maximise its prolific profits.
Delivered by Grant O’Rourke, the format fails to hold attention – verging on dull – and is missing the theatrical element that will truly captive and stimulate minds.
Rating: * *
• Until Monday