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Spider Man is one of the superheroes that everyone loves. He inspires young children, and movie lovers have happily paid to see the trilogy in the mid-2000s as well as the reboot starring Andrew Garfield. Spider Man fans can also enjoy the spider-bitten superhero on Broadway, which has been running strong for two years straight. Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark tells the story of Peter Parker as he learns to deal with his new powers in a responsible way and helps to make the streets of New York City a safer place.
The plot generally follows the 2002 story of young Peter Parker as he becomes Spider-Man and has the battle Green Goblin. Reeve Carney stars as Parker, and he’s joined on stage by Rebecca Faulkenberry who stars as his love interest, Mary Jane Watson. Fans of the comic book will enjoy the familiar story on stage, which has been co-written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, who has also written for the Spider-Man comics. This newest addition to the Spider Man Empire includes some of the most advanced technical achievements on stage. Spider-Man flies right over the viewers as he battles villains, and the Manhattan skyline will take your breath away.

The music to the play is done by U2 members Bone and The Edge, so music lovers will also have something to enjoy when seeing Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark. It accompanies choreographed fight scenes and elaborate costumes that lend the feel of fantasy, which is one reason that so many people love the story, to the tale of Peter, his family and his growth as Spider-Man.

Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark currently plays in the Foxwoods Theatre, and the play has It also has some exciting changes in the works. December 8th will mark the addition of Jake Epstein, an actor who has also been involved with Degrassi, to the show as an alternate for Peter Parker. This December, holiday ticket packages will include a pre-show dinner at the The Lambs Club, a meet-and-greet with the stars of the show and a VIP photography experience. When you purchase tickets to this fantastic show, you’ll be among one million other people who have seen the amazing Spider-Man on Broadway.

While Spidey is great for teens and adults, you might want to call a sitter for the children as the fight scenes suggest violence. Some viewers have also reviewed Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, explaining that Robert Cuccioli as Green Goblin and his alter-ego Norman Osborn is a terrifying foe. Of course, this is great if you enjoy edge-of-your-seat plots, and Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark will certainly get and keep you there with its amazing acrobatics.

Tickets for Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark are currently available from DynamicTickets for as low as $54 per seat. The show performs multiple times per week, so you’re sure to find the perfect time for you to attend.