World Premier *
"Within a splendidly detailed tree house set by Joseph Cummings."
Lindsey Wilson-D Front Row
"Joseph Cummings’ romantic, period-hinting set reflects an earthy, storybook-like charm and provides imaginative backdrop for the simple proscenium space."
Alexandra Bonifield - Critical Rant & Rave
"The set is cleverly designed to allow easy entrances and exits from multiple points spread evenly across the space..."
-Richard Goulde, Pegasus News/John Garcia's THE COLUMN
"Costumed simply in shades of creams, reds and black, with sleek modular scenery by professional designer Joseph Cummings..., this Hamlet surges with energy."
Elaine Liner - Dalla Observer
"Having before seen sets designed by Mr. Cummings, I was not at all surprised by
the intricacy of his design for Joseph."
Ashlea Palladino, Associate Theatre Critic/ John Garcia's The Column
"You will truly be missing out if you do not see this show."
"The set, designed by Joseph Cummings, flows as swiftly as the cast moves from one scene to the next.
Bonnie K. Daman, Associate Critic for John Garcia's THE COLUMN
"....to the quality of the set design of Joseph Cummings."
Sten-Eric Armitage - The Column
"...the production uses projections brilliantly."
Punch Shaw DFW.com
Cummings' set is a two-level gem, with Jan's apartment looking appropriately 1950s mow-DURN. (Think Fort Worth's Ridglea Country Club.)
Perry Stewart - Theatre Jones
"Joseph Cummings' set design was excellent....... Add a fine staircase and the hidden passageway and this was a visually engaging set."
Matt Gunther -John Garcia's The Column-
"Performed against omelet-yellow scenery designed by Joseph Cummings..."
Elaine Liner, Dallas Observer
" Two dedicated professionals give the play its look. They are Joseph Cummings, set designer, and Deborah Gerard, who creates the costumes."
Deborah Fleck -Dallas Morning News-
To start, I was immediately impressed by the work done by Joseph Cummings and Donna Covington in their creation of a simple yet compelling set. They created the perfect small town street for us to watch events unfold. Their cleverness in creating a moving set piece that rotated and transformed our neighborhood of patios and porches into a court of law was impressive, to say the least. Well done!
Associate Theater Critic, Sten-Erik Armitage/John Garcia's THE COLUMN