Kaspar Hauser is an opera about a “feral child” who turned up on the streets of Nuremberg, Germany in 1833; its music, focus on a world-battered individual, melodrama, cynical stream, and terrific sensory overload take us right back to Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill: think Threepenny Opera.
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