“Sean Michael leads the whole ensemble in a bright rendition of “You’ll Be Back” from “Hamilton.” In the musical, of course, the joke is that this “love song” is sung by a king to his rebellious subjects. Here, Michael turns it into a truly funny valentine.” http://www.stltoday.com/entertainment/arts-and-theatre/reviews/new-line-s-out-on-broadway-returns-with-songs-old/article_5ee4e4dc-ffd4-509f-ba7d-278523de8fc4.html
“Sean Michael is my new favorite lyric tenor, whether he’s the wedding singer in Company’s doomed marriage ceremony or in three or four other places where a shimmering voice will suddenly entrance us. He uses that high, spinning tone to great advantage in a lovely solo, “Sleepy Man” from The Robber Bridegroom, and later with […]
“I was very excited to see a song from Hamilton end up in the show, and the perfect selection was “You’ll Be Back,” performed by Sean Michael. The actor, who performed in New Line’s previous show (The Sweet Smell of Success, which I absolutely adored), does a terrific job with the number. The way it […]
“…and the cast beautifully harmonizing with Michael leading with a glorious tenor vocal interpretation of “Sleepy Man” from The Robber Bridegroom.” https://snoopstheatrethoughts.com/2017/08/10/an-engaging-out-on-broadway-entertains-at-new-line/
“And sing they do, most impressively. Sean Michael’s higher range and… earnest voice filled the room on the aforementioned Hamilton number and “Children Will Listen” from Into the Woods.” http://www.criticalblast.com/articles/2017/08/10/out-broadway-third-coming-celebration-love-and-life-all#.
“Sean Michael looked looser and more relaxed on stage than I’ve ever seen him and his singing voice rang out sharp and clear. His song “One Track Mind” might be my favorite song in the whole show.”
“Ms. Hier and Mr. Michael make an excellent pair of grown-up lovers…” “And both Mr. Michael and Ms. Hier happen to be excellent singers, which adds a miraculous air to their out-of-place humanity. “ http://www.talkinbroadway.com/page/regional/stl/stl506.html
First Run Theatre’s Spectrum 2016: Pride of Dummies