At least she's getting credited.
The injuired "Spider-Man" stuntman has returned to the theater.
Vulture salutes you, sir.
"Most critics, in fact, will have never seen this latest version before they see one that greatly changes major threads of the story, choreography and songs.”
Perfect for a centerpiece for your Spider-Man themed wedding!
"A collection of love ballads for the 80's man."
It's so manly, it burns.
Silver lining for the ousted Taymor.
It's June 14. Will it hold?
April 24, it's going down.
Stop me if you think you've heard this one before.
And a March 15 opening is now "unlikely."
"It hasn’t quite become the phoenix or the burnt char."
Hear "Rise Above."
Next Sunday, the musical will break the record for most preview performances before opening in Broadway history.
They're trying anything at this point.
Phil McKinley may come on board.
And hires someone to do it.
Even the government is getting involved at this point.
"In an effort to gather as much audience feedback as possible the production is continuing to hold focus groups and surveys, just as it has throughout most of its preview period."
She'll take over as St. Jimmy from Billie Joe Armstrong.
'Spider-Man'? More like 'Spider-Stall.'
The music producer will work with the actors on their big numbers.
"This is the 'Phantom' of the 21st century." And for some reason, the New York elite won't like it.
With Enda Walsh and John Tiffany teaming up to write it.