Broadway's 'Spider-Man' Hit With Two Department of Labor Violations
The citations stem from accidents that took place last year while a spokesperson insists the show is now in 'full compliance' with labor laws.
The troubled Broadway production of 'Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark' has been slapped with two safety violations from the state New York State Department of Labor.
The citations are from accidents that took place last year that involved injuries to three performers, according to the New York Times. They do not include fines.
A show spokesperson said the production is in "full compliance" with labor laws.
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State safety officials will perform unannounced inspections of the production for the foreseeable future.