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Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark

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  1. 'Spider-Man' Director Julie Taymor Withdraws From New York Times Event

    12:09 pm 12/29/2010

    Press rep cites schedule conflict as reason for canceled forum on theater.Read more

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  2. Angry Reaction as Theater Critics Cross the Line on 'Spider-Man'

    12:30 pm 12/28/2010

    Bloomberg News and Newsday reviewers file reports long before the February opening, breaking longstanding agreement.Read more

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  3. Injured Lead Actress Leaves Broadway's 'Spider-Man'

    8:07 am 12/28/2010

    Natalie Mendoza, one of four actors hurt in the production, suffered a concussion last month and complained of headache and nausea.Read more

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  4. 'Spider-Man' Actor Walking Again After Back Surgery

    8:17 pm 12/26/2010

    Christopher Tierney's father says his son is "fortunate to be alive" and will remain in the intensive care unit until at least Monday following his 30-foot fall during a performance of the Broadway show.Read more

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  5. 'Spider-Man' Performance Resumes Without Incident Thursday

    10:45 pm 12/23/2010

    New Department of Labor-approved safety precautions led to smooth aerial stunts that received a rousing reception from the packed house.Read more

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  6. VIDEO: 'Spider-Man' Musical Debacle Is Finally Explained

    1:02 pm 12/23/2010

    Taiwan's NMA.tv made a video explaining Julie Taymor's "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" debacle.Read more

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  7. 'Spider-Man' on Broadway to Resume Performances on Thursday - With New Safety Measures

    4:52 am 12/23/2010

    Despite four injuries and multiple canceled shows, Patrick Page, who plays the Green Goblin, says he feels "very safe."Read more

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  8. Another 'Spider-Man' Performance Canceled Wednesday

    2:14 pm 12/22/2010

    Preview performances will resume Thursday following implementation of new safety procedures.Read more

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