Ladies and Gentlemen,
What you have just seen preformed is a story based loosely on a set of facts and many of the events described never occurred or occurred at a time when the narrator was not present. Mr. Daisey did not visit as many factories as he claims. Guards in China do not carry guns. And the dorms he describes at FoxConn are not quite so bleak in actuality.
What we can take from this performance is this: an understanding of what it takes to make the items we take for granted every day. Each little piece of your iPhone, iPad, etc. was put in place by a human being, with the same problems and joys as any of us. Regardless of whether Daisey witnessed it or not, people were hurt by chemicals and explosions in the Chinese factories. Problems exist and the standard of worker welfare is far below what we enjoy in the United States. Next time you use one of your fancy electronic gadgets, think about how it came to be, and what it took to get it there.