Monday, 14 February 2011

U2-scored 'Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark' musical delayed again

U2's troubled musical 'Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark' has been delayed yet again.

Sunday night February 6 saw critics listen what was thought to be the Broadway production's final appetizer before opening.

But technological issues on the night now mean the show will not launch to the community until at least March 15. This time, lead actor Reeve Carney was left hanging over the spectators in the final scene, according to Fox New York.

Carney actually veered a little off-mark, leading the flying system to be automatically clogged as part of in-built safety protocols. A orator for the production, for which U2's Bono and The rim have written music for, issued a declaration insisting that the show is making good progress.

"With a show as technically ambitious as this one, you need time and performances to perfect it," they said. "Technical glitches are just that. They are unexpected, but a part of any strange responsibility such as this."

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