Pamela Squires’ Washington Post review of [purgatorio] POPOPERA describes Greco’s work as trying to “erase the line between music and dance” in a manner that is “anything but ordinary. There are wigs and glittery pants and banks of blinding lights and a semi-nude dancer encased in see-though material from face to toe. The score crashes and slashes and often crescendos to earsplitting levels, ending with a shriek. The silence that follows is deafening.”
Read the full review here.