Ok, so the actual story is far more interesting than that. It's a story not so much about the entertainment of the stories themselves, but draws attention to that one question: "What is Real?" Is reality bound to the facts of what actually occurred or is sometimes the spirit of a story better than the specific details? If the idea of the story is preferred better by stretching the facts...if the legend of a life is better when slightly expanded...then perhaps thats the version that should live on. After all, almost all of life exists solely in memory (the present is momentary and fleeting). Maybe the past deserves some extra attention.
As usual, the students were at the top of their game; it's always great to see an entirely student-run project come together so well after months of rehearsal. The only downside: it's all over in one weekend! Be sure to catch it tonight or tomorrow, before its just a memory of the past as well.