In Review: McEuen and Wood in "The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat" at UrbanArias
"The excellent cast (the patient, his wife and the doctor) does its best to interact with the 180 degrees of audience, and the hour-long piece goes by quickly. Tenor Ian McEuen (Sacks) . . . is a gifted, natural performer. . . Wood, the company’s founder, conducted with great feeling . . . the musical level was highly professional." -Washington Post Read full review.
"Nyman’s complex score was played masterfully by Inscape Chamber Orchestra under the direction of UrbanArias founder Robert Wood. Wood is a delightfully cheery conductor who leads the ensemble with poise and enthusiasm. The musicians played with great dexterity and brought this beautifully complex score to life.
Dr. S was sung by tenor Ian McEuen. McEuen has a lovely and clear voice that soars and shows great depth of emotion. . . his voice carried a sweetness that was charming and engaging." -MD Theater Guide Read full review.