Spiderman Broadway Tickets - Turn Off The Dark Is Now "ON"

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Foxwoods Theatre (Formely Hilton Theater)

214 West 43rd Street

2 Hours 45 Minutes with one 15 Minute Intermission

March 15, 2011 with Previews from November 28, 2010 (Open-Ended)

Broadway Musical

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Long Awaited Superhero Takes To The Stage!

Spiderman Broadway tickets hit the box office for fall 2010 for the highly anticipated production. There has been an enormous amount of rumors ever since it was announced that after 40 years in Marvel's comics the Superhero's story would be adapted for the stage. The production has been pushed back a couple of times after the original producers ran out of cash, fueling speculation. An official opening date is now set for December 21, 2010. With music and lyrics by U2's Bono and the Edge and a book which is co-written by playwright Glen Berger and Julie Taymor, who additionally directs. It is official "Spider-man : Turn Off The Dark" is coming to Broadway!

The musical presents the first time that front man Bono and guitarist The Edge had ever written a score for a stage show. Both have admiration for the theatrical arts. Bono's father has performed in quite a few musicals. The iconic rock duo attributes their love affair of popular musicals to help drive their ambition to create a contemporary score for the story. With Bono and The Edge's names glowing across the marquee Spiderman Broadway tickets will reach much further than the adoring fans of the comic book and movies. The musical is destined to become a huge blockbuster at the box office.

Julie Taymor (The Lion King) has decided to put a bit of a spin on the classic tale. Most are aware of the awkward boy Peter Parker, who is bitten by a genetically altered spider and gains Superhero powers. Parker's newfound alter-ego presents the challenge of responsibility. While Taymor throws a bit of a twist into the storyline, the essence of the mythology remains intact for the die-hard fans. The plot adds fresh faces, stays recognizable and adds an unexpected confrontation which will add new light the Superhero's long heroic journey.

As mentioned above, the original production team ran out of money causing many delays for the show. While fans who have been patiently waiting and hoping Spiderman Broadway tickets would eventually go on sale the wait will be worth it. The musical's budget has been kept under wraps but reports estimate around $50 million in order to bring the technology and design to life on stage. The show is going to be filled with cutting-edge battles, action sequences and acrobatic circus feats. There is little doubt that "Spider-man Turn Off The Dark" will break new ground on Broadway to the likes, which have never been witnessed. Taymor states "We'll have (performers) flying over people in the audience, landing in the aisles and the balconies." Bringing imagery of Cirque du Soleil meets Spider-man to take part in a rock concert of epic proportions.

Spider-man : Turn Off The Dark is sure to bring in huge numbers at the box office for some time. Playing at the Foxwoods Theatre on Broadway the musical is scheduled for an open run with previews beginning on November 14, 2010. Rumors has it Stan Lee, one of the original creators of the Spider-man comic saga has, visited a rehearsal and was blown away. With such an endorsement, it would be difficult for any fans of the comic, movie or theater in general not to run through the gates. You can view our great selection of Spiderman Broadway tickets online by clicking the link.

Tickets Information

Spiderman Broadway tickets are selling at the box office for between $67.50 and $140.00. Premium seating and sold out show times are running between $99.00 and $300.00. You can view our great selection of Spiderman Broadway Tickets Online by clicking the link.

Show Times

Wed & Sat 2pm
Sun 3pm

Tue through Sat 8pm


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Reeve Carney - Peter Parker
Jennifer Damiano - Mary Jane Watson
Patrick Page - Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin
T.V. Carpio - Arachne
Alice Lee - Miss Arrow
Michael Mulhern - J. Jonah Jameson
Ken Marks - Uncle Ben
Isabel Keating - Aunt May
Jeb Brown - MJ's Father
Mat Devine - Grim Hunter
Gideon Glick - Jimmy-6
Jonathan Schwartz - Professor Cobwell
Matthew James Thomas - Peter Parker/Spiderman Alternate
Laura Beth Wells - Emily Osborn
Matt Caplan - Flash


Music & lyrics - Bono & The Edge
Directed - Julie Taymor
Choreography - Daniel Ezralow
Set Design - George Tsypin
Costume Design - Eiko Ishioka
Lighting Design - Donald Holder
Sound Design - Jonathan Deans
Musical Supervisor - Teese Gohl
Book - Glen Berger and Julie Taymor

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