Dear Mr Anthoney,
I know that in some countries in Europe your “show” would be played in big theatres, and all the tickets would be sold months in advance. I know it because it is about understanding and appreciation of real art, which is about our expression of beauty and sorts and shades of creation. To put it simply, art should make us be in awe of its beauty, and/or inspire us to think and feel beyond our imaginations. And I was transcended yesterday into another world of imaginative reality, which, so clearly based on historical connotations, was more and more looking like an intelligent insight into our modern civilisation.
Albeit, I am afraid that to recognise the value of your art a certain level of knowledge, wisdom and maturity is essential. Correspondingly, not everyone can understand the beauty of the Cauchy-Riemann differential equation without intrinsic knowledge of complex analysis. How can an ordinary man see that a function satisfying the Cauchy-Riemann equations with a nonzero derivative preserve the angles between curves and the plane? However there are some people who can do it. Therefore, I was so grateful that you and your colleagues still believed that it was worthwhile to deliver clever entertainment.
After the show we were asking ourselves what was wrong with people in Adelaide? How could such a pearl be ignored by more than one million people? Are intelligence, wisdom and professionalism not fashionable enough? I hope you will not stop doing what nobody else is doing in such a magical way.