Reviews

Glass’s trademark blocks of repetition - now menacing, now purveying an eerie charm – suggest a regretful inevitability.

The Independent / 13-10-14
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Modern music without too much fear, but enough intelligence and integrity to satisfy high standards… Highly recommended!

Classical Iconoclast / 11-10-14
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With Michael Rafferty conducting, the performances, led by Johnny Herford as the uncomprehending and finally utterly resigned Josef, are all excellent… altogether a successful, very watchable piece of music theatre.

The Guardian / 12-10-14
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Kafka's work - written before 'extraordinary rendition'… - provides a chilling new context for Glass's opera.

Reuters / 12-10-14
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Excellent direction by Michael McCarthy, with simple but effective designs by Simon Banham well lit by Ace McCarron, plus the Music Theatre Wales Ensemble under the baton of Michael Rafferty, produced a compelling unity of image and sound.

Mark Ronan / 11-10-14
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Deliciously restrained, splendidly crafted.

Theatre Wales / 18-10-14
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