Michael on two covers of Provincetown Magazine as Peter Pansy
"Michael Wood’s Dean ... is extremely funny as Kendra’s ... nemesis. ... Wood shows great range later in the production when grappling with his mortality and fragility. He embodies this weight put upon him with great sensitivity, physically shaking with fear when tragedy comes."
“The bit parts are smartly cast as well ...Michael Wood rolls his R’s with gusto as the diction coach"
"Michael Wood underscores the intelligence of Maria, who’s in the household of Olivia ... and torments Malvolio."
“Wood, who is an overenthusiastic Peter, is also a talented singer and dancer, and his Don Ho number, complete with leis and ukulele, is a standout."
“Michael Wood...gets to show off his chops as Peter. Not only is the kid a regular ball of sunshine, but he can also sing and dance like nobody’s business.”
Portland Press Herald
Wood’s “abrupt changes in posture and wacky mugging ... had some in the ... audience laughing with as much abandon as the actor was displaying onstage.”
Wood “drives the fast-paced show with his over-the-top portrayal of” Peter Pansy; “Wood’s limber dancer’s body provides tremendous comedic value”; “Wood’s great singing voice... adds to this clever musical”
Michael Wood “is hysterical as an ambitious young queen.”
The marvelous Michael Wood has transformed Shakespeare’s clever chambermaid, Maria, into a gleeful and determined enforcer