Bad things happen to the Promethean Theatre, the resident theater company of Nova Southeastern University. It’s an awesome company, no question — headed by the brave and foxy Deborah Sherman, it has done soul-searing work on budgets so small they are literally invisible to the unaided eye — but in the last two years, every success rightfully enjoyed by Promethean has been accompanied by inexplicable cataclysm. First, there was the nightmarish “update” of Cyrano, which was bad enough to make you wish Edmond Rostand had been snatched from the cradle by small, French wolverines. Then there was the amazing... More >>>