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Performance

VenueTheatre Royal
TownGlasgow
CountyGlasgow
From2nd February 2018
To3rd February 2018
What is currently on at Theatre Royal (V623)

Greek

GreekT0693793288
First performed in 1988. Greek catapults us into the seedy, boozy East End world of Eddy and his family. Stuck in a rut, Eddy longs for more. When his Dad tells him that a fortune teller once predicted that he would kill his father and marry his mother, Eddy decides he’s had enough and leaves home to find love in the unlikely form of the wife of a man he kicks to death. Little does he know that ten years later he will discover his true identity, with tragic consequences... Swinging from demotic energy to soulful intensity, Turnage’s jazz-influenced score vividly conveys the overt theatricality of the larger than life characters, throwing this human tragedy into sharp relief. Greek is a contemporary classic - a work that will move audiences to tears and back again, sharing a tale of searing emotion and brazen vitality.
Music Mark-Anthony Turnage
Lyrics Mark-Anthony Turnage
Lyrics Jonathan Moore (based on the play by Steven Berkoff)


Archive :: production:T0693793288, opera or operetta:S0765143852, venue:V623

Production details

Company

Company Scottish Opera
Company Opera Ventures
Conductor Finnegan Downie Dear
Director Joe Hill-Gibbins
Director Daisy Evans (revival director)
Design Johannes Schutz
Costume Alex Lowde
Lighting Matthew Richardson
Design Dick Straker (video)
Director Jenny Ogilvie (movement director)
DramaturgCaroline Steinbeis
Performer Alex Otterburn (Eddy)
Performer Susan Bullock (Eddy's Mum/Waitress/Sphinx)
Performer Allison Cook (Eddy's Sister/Waitress/later Eddy's Wife/Sphinx)
Performer Andrew Shore (Eddy's Dad/Cafe Manager/Chief of Police)
Performer Henry Waddington (Eddy's Dad/Cafe Manager/Chief of Police)

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