TheStar ‘Spider-Man’ Broadway preview stopped five times
Spider-Man flew over the skies of New York City on Sunday night . . . sort of.
The $65-million Broadway musical, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, being produced by Toronto's Michael Cohl, had its long-awaited, much-postponed first preview at the Foxwoods Theatre, only to have it stopped five times due to technical difficulties.
Normally, the show is expected to run 2½ hours, but Sunday’s performance started 25 minutes late and took 3½ hours due to all the problems that ensued.