The trouble-plagued Broadway musical “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” has hired a veteran director to help with the show’s sound and arrangements.
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.
After Monday night’s fall of a stunt actor, some prefer seats other than orchestra level.
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.
At long last, the curtain has risen on “Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark.” The first preview performance of the superhero show on Broadway got underway at the Foxwoods Theatre at 6:30 p.m. Sunday.
George Clooney, Will Smith and Gwyneth Paltrow will join an impressive list of stars taking part in Friday’s “Stand Up to Cancer” telethon airing on CBS, Showtime and other broadcast and cable networks. Other celebrities […]