So, the Festival has just finished here in Wellington. Ursula Martinez was a highlight for me - and in response to a review saying 'questionable whether it should be included in a festival context' - why don't you ask the many young performers who had their minds blown open as to the kind of work they could make. Plus getting splattered with water in Midsummer Night's Dream in the opening chaos is an unforgettable moment in theatre history. Long live anarchy, silence, thoughtfulness, clown. A reviewer said it was 'about nothing'- like life I guess. Just love, pain, injustice and puppets. 'Nothing'. P.S. We need more diverse reviewers in Wellington.