Another Injury on Broadway's "Spider-Man Turn off the Dark"
How man people are going to 'almost die' before they finally close the curtains on this show
So, we all know about the much maligned tale of Broadway's Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark. Between budget problems and cast injuries, the show's had a pretty tumultuous year.
Well, add one more seat to the injured roster, because another Peter Parker is down and out. This time it was Matthew James Thomas who plays ol' Webhead in a few matinee showings. He was reportedly injured in an unspecified accident, but the production staff has assured us that it's only a 'minor injury'.
For those of you who are unfamiliar, Spider-Man: Turn Off The DArk is the biggest mess to ever hit Broadway. With a budget surging past $70 million, and the untimely 'departure' of producer Julie Taymor...the show is destined to only get worse.
That's the news for now, but if you're interested in hearing my demented, Fanboy rants and raves check out my blog later today for a another rabid diatribe.
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