“ Erich Schuett was an enchanting shepherd. While playing with toy soldiers in the opening of Act III, the boy soprano delivered the lyrical lullaby Lo De’ Sospiri with an ethereal otherworldliness.".”
“The Long Walk has an outstanding cast in general, particularly in Erich Schuett, Robert Wesley Hill, and Henry Wager, who play the Castners’ three sons. Their voices are excellent, their characterizations compellingly believable.”
“The Shepherd Boy (Erich Schuett) conveyed both innocence and the promise of gentle strength in adulthood, epitomizing the enduring loveliness and order of pastoral life and singing with charming, unaffected confidence.”
"Having the Macbeth’s 'son' move about the stage throughout the performance and actually sing as one of the apparitions in Act 3 was another move of symbolic brilliance."