Here's The Story: Dreaming is Free explores the story of actor/activist, Kevin Bott whose noble experiment of democratic theater, the Dream Freedom Revival, tested the viability of a performance process of the people, by the people and for the people. Modeled after the style of the crusading tent revivals of the 19th and early 20th century, the Dream Freedom Revival, traded old time religion for a musical celebration of democracy, personal freedom and justice. "The Revival," Bott said, "was concerned with finding ways to bring more people into the tent of conversation about issues of common concern." "And," he added, "the point of view was decidedly progressive, championing society's underdogs." And while the traditional tent revivals were known for the power and prowess of the individual preacher, Bott's preacher persona, the Reverend Ebeneezer Abernathy, readily shared his pulpit and position of leadership with members of his company and even members of the audience. "That was the experiment part of this process," he said "we couldn't imagine a production about democracy without allowing for it in terms of the creation of it." In the end, this study and celebration of democracy, through democratic ways and means proved to be both a blessing and a curse.