I have gone through this twice and it leaves me with a sense of disquiet.
The music is brash, big bandish, and that in itself is not a problem. I suppose it fits the story quite well, but I find it unmemorable, not any arias or sequences that stick with me. The setting are also brash, and costumes likewise, they are appropriate for what I think the composer and librettist are aiming at. In many ways though I find them crude and overplayed. The sets strike me in a similar way. I do not think in any other review I have mentioned the libretto, but this is littered with expletives and excretives, certainly not for sensitive ears or family viewing to my mind. This does not enhance the story, or tell us more of the characters in any meaningfull way.
Westbroek does a good job with the material, but the score does not extend her voice, her main impact is visual as the out of her depth, tragic, misguided at every turn heroine. The chorus works well, but the myriad of other characters are adequate but nobody stands out to me.
If you fancy something different, modern and a little crude this could be for you,I shall leave it on the shelf and may tackle it again someday, but not too soon.