4-23-12: Boxes Come to Life

April 23, 2012 at 7:55 am Leave a comment

Single Carrot Theatre's production of Hotel Cassiopeia, about the life of Joseph Cornell.

Nathan Fulton, Paul Diem, Rich Espey, and Nathan A. Cooper in Single Carrot Theatre's production of Hotel Cassiopeia. Photo by Chris Hartlove.

Theater Critic J. Wynn Rousuck reviews Single Carrot Theatre’s production of Hotel Cassiopeia, by Charles Mee, directed by Genevieve de Mahy.  The show is about twentieth century artist Joseph Cornell, known for his small wooden shadow boxes. It’s running at the Baltimore theater through April 29th.

Thanks to Jessica Garrett and Steven Krigel for their help providing the sound used in this review.

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