In Review: Apostolou, McEuen, and Wood in the world premiere of "Florida" at UrbanArias

‘“Florida” certainly had strong moments, not least Florida herself: Sharin Apostolou was terrific playing a curious, vibrant teenager with a vivid and seemingly tireless soprano voice. . . "Ian McEuen offered a firm, darkening tenor and a range of brief, vivid characterizations in several smaller roles, from the Redwood son to a cop. . . Eng’s lyrical and often dramatic music, energetically led by UrbanArias’s founder, Robert Wood”

-Anne Midgette, Washington Post

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"In “There’s a Scream Inside Me” Apostolou beautifully shifts between the confusion, curiosity, and outright hunger battling within Florida and sets the stage for a musically flawless performance the entire evening. . . the wry facial expressions of McEuen and Riddle, while overhearing their own insignificance delightfully added to more than a few scenes. . . the agility of company members McEuen and Riddle are again wonderfully on display, they shift from biased Cops to Technicians performing invasive autopsies to Attorney and Press, further surrounding Florida. . . This constant flow of movement was highlighted by Abigail Hoke-Brady’s dramatic lighting design and the fantastic Inscape Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Robert Wood.” -DC Metro Theater Arts

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