Greater Lewisville Community Theatre, Lewisville, Texas
"Scenic Designer Joseph Cummings worked his magic in this small venue to recreate the feast hall of Camelot, a daunting (and taunting)
French castle, a magical lake, a plague-infested middle-age slum, and a very, ahem, expensive forest. Using solid design in limited space along with the power of suggestion was greatly aided with excellent lighting design by Ken Davis. Another element of surprise was several magical projected visual effects by projection designer Nate Davis. These designers created convincing scenes that augmented and never distracted from the action on the stage. This is a challenging goal for any production, and all the more when you are competing for precious proscenium space with a large ensemble cast in a small
"To sum up, this is a production worth seeing and a must see for sure. From the attention to the smallest detail on the props designed by Connie Mauree Hay, to the quartet of designers: Glenn’s costume design, to the quality of the set design of Joseph Cummings, Ken Davis's lighting design and Nate Davis's projection design, this company embraced excellence. All helmed and tied together with White’s creative direction."
Sten-Eric Armitage - The Column
"The use of props and set design are also instrumental in Spamalot."
Tiney Ricciardi - Pegasus News
Most Impressive Use of Limited Space
Sten-Eric Armitage - The Column Review
Column Award Winner