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Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark

Former Live Nation Chairman Michael Cohl, Bell Media Pact on ‘Bat Out of Hell’ Stage Musical

The live theater project is based on Meat Loaf's and composer Jim Steinman's iconic rock album.

Playwright Behind ‘Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark’ Explains Why the Musical Failed

Even a superhero couldn't save the famously troubled production.

Anne Hathaway to Star Off-Broadway in ‘Grounded’

The Oscar-winning actress will perform on the Public Theater stage in George Brant's solo play, directed by Julie Taymor.

‘August Rush’ Bound for Broadway

The new musical is adapted from the 2007 film about an orphaned music prodigy, which starred Freddie Highmore and Robin Williams

Brandon Boyd, Michelle Williams to Star in Arena Tour of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ (Video)

UPDATED: Also starring reality competition winner Ben Forster, along with JC Chasez and John Lydon, the 50-city "rock show" kicks off June 9 in New Orleans.

‘On the Town’ Returns to Broadway

The revival of the classic Leonard Bernstein musical about three sailors on shore leave in New York City will open in October in the theater vacated by "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark."

‘Wicked’ Smashes $3 Million Threshold in Record-Breaking Broadway Holiday Week

The long-running hit was one of a handful of shows, including "The Lion King," "Kinky Boots" and "The Book of Mormon," to set new house records during a stellar Christmas week.

American Psycho: Theater Review

"Doctor Who" star Matt Smith makes his stage musical debut as the demon banker of Wall Street in this glitzy disco remix of Bret Easton Ellis' notorious 1991 cult novel.

‘Spider-Man’ Musical Could Lose $60 Million (Report)

Some investors in the pricey, troubled production haven't seen any money during the show's three-year Broadway run.

‘Spider-Man’ to End Broadway Run

UPDATED: The $75 million musical that made headlines with its costly delays and string of accidents will play its final performance at the Foxwoods Theatre on Jan. 4.

‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’: Theater Review

Julie Taymor rekindles her artistic flame with William Shakespeare's comedy of mismatched lovers, the director's first New York stage project since 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.'

‘Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark’ Performances to Go On Despite Thursday’s Accident

UPDATED: Dancer Daniel Curry is in stable condition after sustaining a leg injury that caused the show to be suspended; Actors' Equity has launched an investigation into the incident.