Thu 30 October 2008, The Herald

For You, Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House, London

By Lynne Walker
Star rating **** Making his debut as an opera librettist, Ian McEwan introduces themes that will strike a chord with anyone familiar with his fiction. The thread of deceit that runs through Atonement, the macabre mystery of The Cement Garden and the surgical precision of the character portrayals in Saturday all colour his tale of sexual obsession which the composer Michael Berkeley has turned into a compelling piece of music theatre, For You.
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