Not wasting any time after the announcement of her company's summer musical -- Song of the Living Dead, a Zombie Musical (Aug. 12-Sept. 14) -- Promethean Theatre's producing artistic director Deborah L. Sherman has just announced the other two show's for the company's eighth anniversary season.
Sherman (that's her with Terry Hardcastle in Promethean's Three Days of Rain) says Promethean will begin 2012 with a production of Marc Camoletti's Tony Award-winning farce Boeing-Boeing, about a Parisian ladies' man who juggles three stewardess fiancees. The show runs Jan. 13-29 in the Don Taft University Center's Black Box Theatre at Nova Southeastern University, 3301 College Ave., Davie.
In March, Promethean tackles Craig Wright's The Unseen, a Humana Festival hit about isolated, imprisoned men who find a way to communicate despite their totalitarian torturers' efforts. That play runs March 9-25.
Sherman says Promethean will also be debuting a family theater series, with performances in October, December and May.
For further information on Promethean, check out the company's web site.
(Photo by George Schiavone)