Shortly after 9 p.m., as the second act was starting, an actor was injured. He was taken to a hospital where he was receiving medical treatment, a show spokesman said.
Tierney, who fell 35 feet into the orchestra pit in front of a shocked preview audience on Dec. 20, got permission from his doctor to rejoin rehearsals beginning Monday, producer Michael Cohl said.
Producers on Wednesday confirmed that “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” would be delayed. Again.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration issued the citations for four separate incidents late last year that resulted in injuries to the cast.
It seems as if the Spider-Man musical isn’t the only Broadway show that’s running into some problems.
Along with some less-than-stellar reviews this week, the Spider-Man musical has suffered another big blow from state safety inspectors, who slapped the show with two safety violations.
The Broadway production of “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” has delayed its opening night for a third time.
The actor critically injured in the “Spider-Man” Broadway musical was back at the theater Friday night, receiving a welcome fit for a superhero.
Spider-Man’s heart-stopping plunge to the stage last month stunned a Broadway audience and left the actor critically injured. For the first time, he is speaking about that terrifying stage turn.
Christopher Tierney suffered a skull fracture and cracked vertebrae in the Dec. 20 fall at “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” despite having a safety harness.
The stuntman badly injured during a preview performance of Spider-Man on Broadway is back on his feet.
The stunt actor who fell 30 feet while playing Spider-Man on Broadway is walking again, and his father said Saturday that he can’t wait to return to the role despite injuries that have him confined to the intensive care unit.
Curtain up! Light the lights! Spider-Man returned to the stage Thursday, a day after two performances were canceled due to a scary fall that left a stuntman seriously injured.
The show won’t go on — at least not as scheduled. Producers of “Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark” have cancelled Wednesday night’s performance following Monday’s accident.
In a statement, Actors’ Equity said investigators determined that the accident was caused by human error. It gave no details but said that additional safety measures are being undertaken.