UPDATE: Statement Released Regarding Injury of Dancer Daniel Curry During Thursday Performance of Broadway's Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark
The performance was immediately canceled and the dancer was rushed to the hospital.
UPDATE—August 16, 2013, 12:35pm Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark publicists have released the following statement on behalf of production spokesman Rick Miramontez: "Following last night's accident at Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark, Daniel Curry remains in the hospital in stable condition having sustained an injury to his foot. Tonight's performance will go on as scheduled. The technical elements of the show are all in good working order, and we can confirm that equipment malfunction was not a factor in the incident. Our thoughts are with Daniel and his family."
UPDATE—August 16, 2013, 10:30am: The ensemble member who was injured during the Thursday, August 15, performance of Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark is Daniel Curry, according to The New York Times. According to audience and production team members, Curry's leg was caught in a trap door while onstage shortly after the beginning of the show's second act. No information has been officially released by the production, and the severity of the injury has not yet been made known.
Early accounts state that first responders arrived at the theater around 9pm, after the actor's limb had somehow been pinned under a piece of equipment. The actor was reportedly rushed to Bellevue hospital and is in serious condition.
More information will likely be released Friday.