"(Sean Pflueger) fully inhabits the figure of Rosenblum, the slightly uptight and overzealous attorney, and proves quite endearing, playing both the comic aspects of his character and the tender moments with equal skill."
"Pflueger has written a wonderful romantic aria that turns him, at a pivotal moment of decision, in a new direction for Ethan Rosenblum"
"As in his previous work, the horror opera,Children of the Mist, composer Sean Pflueger has great enthusiasm and energy for plunging into a genre and going for it with gusto. With Do Not Disturb, he's done a complete turnabout into a full comedic farce, complete with mistaken identities, banging bedroom doors, a prancing pulchritudinous dame clad in lingerie (this one happens to be a judge,) and some close unwanted calls."
"The work shows Pflueger has developed a tighter control of material. Musically, the score with its peppery wordplay, full of legalese and social media lingo, has the feel of a modern Gilbert & Sullivan."
"Sean Pflueger, who lends his rich, mellow bass-baritone to the role of Elmo, brings a wide-eyed, flustered innocence to the stage. Mega-kudos to him for stepping in as Elmo, to replace a cast member who had to drop out, leaving three weeks rehearsal time before opening. Pflueger provides a fine, delicate balance for Samual Keeler's tenor voice as Randy and scores with a great punch line, the moral, that hits us in the heart, (thanks to script writer Olcott), in the Aria No. 21: Listen up you girls and women/Donne mie, la fate a tanti,..I really must ask why? Why you?re not better than a guy?? It brought down the house." http://dctheatrescene.com/2016/04/26/cosi-fan-tutte-goes-hollywood-review/
Don Giovanni- Masetto
March 18, 2015 by Terry Ponick, Washington Times
"Bass-baritone Sean Pflueger was a comic delight possessed, however, of a firm and convincing voice that made you take him more seriously than his country bumpkin of a character."
Children in the Mist, a Horror Opera- Composer, David Drayton
Saturday, July 14, 2012 - by Anne Tsang DC Metro Theater Arts
"The story is fast paced, the musical score is full of complicated and beautiful melodies, and the singing talent is most impressive."
"The (Pflueger's) score is entrancing and several times I found myself swaying along to the music and sitting on the edge of my seat as it built up to events in the show"
"The highlights of the very talented singing cast was Pflueger's deep yet smooth butter-like bass-baritone and Alisa Kieffer's (in the role of Amanda Dumfries) beautiful soprano voice as she hit each high night impeccably.Even though I had read the original short story and seen the movie, I was so drawn into the show that when the inevitable tragedy occurs at the end (it is an opera after all), I found myself 'misty eyed.'"
Fringe Review: "Children in the Mist, A Horror Opera
July 28, 2012 - By April Forrer Maryland Theatre Guide
"Fans of operatic singing can revel in the fine, contemporary musical score, which at times evokes the creepiness of King's writing. Pflueger's bass-baritone voice and that of mezzo Castrello are strong, beautiful and well worth the price of admission."
"If you get scared, just cover your eyes. Your ears will thank you."
"Backing up Ko-Ko and Nanki-Poo are Scott Kenison as the peripatetic Pooh-Bah and Sean Pflueger as the officious Pish-Tush. [Sean] Pflueger adds the necessary bass-baritone heft to many ensemble numbers, contributing a surprising delicacy and elegance in the lower registers."
Washington Ballet, the In Series portray a fun-loving Mozart in 'WAM!'By Stephanie Merry, Washington Post
Washington Post Staff Writer
January 22, 2010
"This scenario gets to the heart of the collaboration, as Webre gives cues to In Series singers and Hubner makes suggestions for stage directions. But the two groups are unified when it comes to their focus on the fanciful: Sean Pflueger as Papageno from "The Magic Flute" making theatrical figure eights around his fellow singers; an interlude with the love-potion-toting magician from "Bastien and Bastienne"; and the set change to an aquatic adventure, complete with breaching dolphins."