NEW YORK (WCBS 880) — Ali Kafagi and his brother Hussein, from Maryland, are big fans of the superhero who was bitten by a radioactive spider.
“When I was little, I used to dress up as Spiderman for Halloween every year,” Kafagi said. “I’ve seen all the movies, I used to have a poster of Spiderman on my wall.READ MORE: Times Square's 'Naked Cowboy' Robert Burck Arrested In Florida
WCBS 880’s Monica Miller reports
Now, Spiderman is finally bringing his superpowers to Broadway in “Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark,” reports WCBS 880’s Monica Miller.READ MORE: New York City Public High Schools To Reopen March 22, All Sports To Return Mid-April
Megan Brezvansky, from Minnesota, snapped up two tickets to take her boyfriend to the show.
“I hear the sets are really cool, music is all by Bono, it’s a lot of hype,” Brezvansky said.MORE NEWS: Bravo Packing Recalling Ground Beef And Performance Dog Foods Over Salmonella, Listeria Concerns
The musical’s preview was pushed back by two weeks because of technical difficulties and safety concerns for the actors.