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Andrew Fuhrmann

The scandal that erupted after performer Mike Daisey was found to be lying in his protest work The Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs raised important questions about authenticity in theatre.

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About the author

Andrew Fuhrmann is a freelance writer. Currently, he is performing arts editor with Time Out Melbourne, theatre reviewer for ABR and an ArtsHub contributor. His tweets may be perused @arfuhrmann.