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LONDON — Oedipus is putting on a bright crimson tracksuit. His parents, brandishing beer bottles, are off for the pub to observe a soccer match. “So, I had been born in Tufnell Park,” he claims aggressively into the audience, introducing: “It’s a cesspit!” Yes, we are at the opera. To get exact, Mark-Anthony Turnage’s “Greek” (1988), which makes its The big apple debut with the Brooklyn Academy of Songs on Wednesday in a production from Opera Ventures plus the Scottish Opera. Inside the eighty-moment opera, Sophocles’s “Oedipus Rex” is moved on the trash-strewn streets of a modern London troubled via the plagues of unemployment, poverty, police brutality and consumerism.

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