Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark
There was a special celebration in Times Square today for some children with special needs.
The 66th Annual Tony Awards — which acknowledges and honors Broadway’s best — is taking place live on Sunday night at the famed Beacon Theater.
The countersuit claims Taymor failed to fulfill her legal obligations and refused to collaborate on changes to the $75 million show.
Director Julie Taymor has filed a lawsuit against the producers of “Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark,” alleging they violated her creative rights and haven’t compensated her for the work she put into the musical.
The much-anticipated and revamped version of “Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark” officially opened on Broadway Tuesday night, so what did the critics think of the new and improved show?
Bono, The Edge and Julie Taymor hugged each other and were all smiles as they posed for photos on the red carpet before “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” officially opened Tuesday night.
A slew of acclaimed shows were up for Tony Awards in a remarkably competitive year, but a production that wasn’t even eligible still managed to cast a shadow — well, shall we make that a web? — over the proceedings.
Shows such as the runaway hit “The Book of Mormon,” longtime favorites “Wicked” and “The Lion King,” and even the troubled “Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark” helped lift Broadway to new heights.
The men were working to set up for a shoot on the roof of a building on Market Street and were six stories high when they got stuck for two hours.
Emerging from a three-week hiatus, Spidey was flying again at the Foxwoods Theatre Thursday night.
This time, the ceremony honoring the best on Broadway will be at the Beacon Theater in Manhattan’s Upper West Side after several years at Radio City Music Hall.
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.
Another comic book superhero is hitting the stage for a live show. Will Batman Live be anything like the troubled Spider-Man show?
At the annual Inner Circle charity dinner Saturday, Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s arrival on stage was gripped by technical difficulties. While being lowered to the stage in a harness, Bloomberg got stuck.
T.V. Carpio, who plays the role of the show’s villain “Arachne,” suffered an on-stage injury last night. Producers say Carpio was injured during a fight scene.
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