Tag: Spider Man


Theater People Should Love the Olympics: Here's Why
By Zachary Stewart · Feb 3, 2014 · Sochi

The Sochi Games will be the most dramatic (and expensive) theatrical event of the year. Can you really afford to miss out?

10 Things You Could Buy With the Budget of Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark
By Editorial Staff · Jan 6, 2014 · New York City, Broadway

Turns out, you can get a lot of stuff for $75 million.

Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark Ends Its Broadway Run
By Seth Walters · Jan 5, 2014 · New York City, Broadway

Check out these photos from the web-slinging hero's final flight around the Foxwoods Theatre.

Broadway Spider-Man Suit, Designed by Eiko Ishioka, Will Be Inducted Into the Smithsonian
By David Gordon · Jan 2, 2014 · New York City, Broadway

The costume will join Dorothy's ruby slippers and Archie Bunker's chair.

The Final Word From Joe Allen: Spider-Man Is Not a Flop
By Hayley Levitt · Dec 30, 2013 · New York City

Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark is spared from the Broadway hot spot's infamous "flop wall."

Final Bow: Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark's Isabel Keating and Michael Mulheren Relive Three Tumultuous Years on Stage
By David Gordon · Dec 29, 2013 · New York City, Broadway

The pair looks back on the show that launched Broadway into the national and international spotlight — for better or worse.

On the Eleventh Day of Christmas, My True Love Gave to Me: 11 Spideys Slinging
By Editorial Staff · Dec 24, 2013 · New York City, Broadway

For its last Christmas on Broadway, we pay tribute to the real stars of Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark.

Merry Christmas From the Boys of Spider-Man on Broadway
By Hayley Levitt · Dec 23, 2013 · New York City

The Spidey Boys croon sultry harmonies of the holiday favorite "O Holy Night."

Spider-Man Producer Jeremiah J. Harris Reads Glen Berger's Tell-All, Song of Spider-Man
By Editorial Staff · Dec 4, 2013 · Berkshires

The latest in a series of dramatic readings of Berger's new book.

Flashback Friday: Spider-Man's First Thanksgiving
By Hayley Levitt · Nov 29, 2013 · New York City

A look back at the early days of the soon-to-be-closing Bono-composed musical.

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