I am Batman.
That statement is not factually true. I am not Batman. That role is being played by Nick.
I am not Nick.
That statement is factually true.
I am a member of the Red Triangle Circus Gang.
That statement is partly true. I am not actually a killer clown, poodle lady, or acrobat. However, I am playing the role of a member of the Red Triangle Circus Gang. I even have the red triangle above my right eye to prove it.
That statement is not factually true. I do not currently have a red triangle above my right eye. Earlier tonight, I had a red triangle above my right eye. That is when I was playing the role of a member of the Red Triangle Circus Gang.
That statement is partly true. Earlier tonight, I played the role of a member of the Red Triangle Circus Gang. However, I also played the role of a narrator, a masked bongo player, and a penguin with a rocket on its back.
That statement is partly true. I did not play the role of a penguin with a rocket on its back. The penguin with the rocket on its back is a hand puppet crafted from a paper plate and a toilet paper roll and some clever marker-ing.
Another clarification: I've been speaking in the past tense as if I am describing things in the past--which I am. I will also could be able to will be speaking in the present or future tense, too, though, because the show in which I am playing these many roles was and will be performed this week and weekend. It is past, present, and future.
Not so much present. Presently, I am in bed.
A correction: "Presently" means "shortly," not "currently." By "presently," I meant "currently."
Presently, I will perform these roles this week and weekend for all to see.
That statement is incorrect. All can not see this show. The show is sold out, and the theater only holds 40-50 people at a time.
That statement is not factually correct. The theater can hold 90 people at a time according to fire codes. There are approximately 12 of us in the cast of the show. Therefore, the theater can hold 90, but the powers that be will allow 60 or so in for each show, 12 or so of which will be in the cast.
Another clarification: This show has a waiting list. You can get on it.
That statement may not be factually correct. I do not know if you can still get on the waiting list. But whether you come or not, I will be there. Why?
I am in Batman.
That statement is partly correct.
I am in Batman Returns.
I am in Nine Lives: A Stage Adaptation of Batman Returns.