What if you moved the great battle of Agincourt forward 500 years? You’d have ... WW1. So, not 500 years, let’s say 490 years. It is a time of great technological advances, but it is still the Age of Steam. Weapons of war include rifles, airships, and the precursor to the tank, the French Levavasseur. But human beings are still the same. This adaptation of Shakespeare’s Henry V asks the question: Can an English soldier-general with the tactical skill of Ulysses S. Grant, successfully cast his army against a technically superior force on a rain-drenched battle field in France?