Broadway’s new musical, Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark is perpetually experiencing delays that continue to push back the show’s official opening date. After numerous injured actors, and countless rescheduled opening nights, there are rumors circulating that the opening night of this problem-proned musical may be pushed back to an even later date.
Rumor has it that the producers of the musical are considering a change in the current opening date of Tuesday, March 15. They may be looking to push it back until June, but either way the show is yearning for an official opening night. The show has been in previews since last year, which means Spider-Man is on it’s way to becoming the musical with the most preview shows.
If the opening date is pushed back until June, the performance on March 15 would act as a “celebration of sorts for the work done so far.” Although the early performances of Spider-Man the musical received poor reviews, the musical has come a long way since then. Many of the technical kinks have been worked out, and many aspects are being tweaked in order to improve the story and overall quality of the production.
With a $65 million budget, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark is the most expensive Broadway production in history. When the show finally opens, it will truly be something spectacular and entertaining to all audiences.
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