I was astonished and quite pleasantly surprised to see how the production had incorporated elements of folk and traditional music along with modern operatic, rock and metal music. I relished the costumes and set design to my heart’s content alongside the major strength and merit of this production: its acting. Harriet Chung’s performance is reminiscent of the finest Broadway musicals. The episodes in which she, the titular protagonist, suffers a dilemma or feels great passion or unleashes her darkness through vengeance, deserves the highest of commendation.
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