“Alexander Dobson anchors the piece as The Master and seamlessly transitions between emotional and tonal fluctuations within the very abstract piece.” – Read more at Broadway World Toronto.
“The penultimate track is an ethereal “Pilot’s Aria,” first solemnly and then soaringly intoned by baritone Alexander Dobson (who also sings the part of the baggage attendant in the opening). The plane may have disappeared, but it doesn’t interfere with the pilot’s private bliss.” – Read more
“The villain of the piece, who does not make an entrance until the second act, is the monster Polyphemus, expertly detailed by the baritone Alexander Dobson, who wonderfully captures the cyclops’ unrelenting desire for Galatea and his ultimately torturous fury against his rival Acis…” – Read more
You knew you were in good hands as soon as the overture began. Conductor Nicholas McGegan kept a lilting, peppy pace. The melodies were clear and catchy…Alexander Dobson (new to the production, which has played several cities since it debuted last year) sings the role with deep, rich resonance but also is able to play […]