(Rupert Christiansen’s article appeared in the Telegraph, 2/17.)                            

Twenty years ago, Mark-Anthony Turnage established himself as an operatic enfant terrible with his brilliant punky adaptation of Steven Berkoff’s Greek.

Ten years ago, he seemed to have calmed down with a warmer-hearted and more conventional version of Sean O’Casey’s First World War tragedy The Silver Tassie.

via www.telegraph.co.uk

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