This weekend, Broadway’s most expensive show* celebrated it’s first birthday by finally . That’s right, somehow Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark defied all the bookie odds and managed to stay in previews (and a brief hiatus) for 7 months before opening in June. Now it’s “officially” been at the Foxwoods Theatre for one year. Happy birthday Spidey!
In honor of this momentous occasion, we put together a little timeline of the show’s history. Enjoy! And try not to hurt yourself while reading this.
* $75 million+, and that’s not even including the ongoing lawsuit with former director Julie Taymor and the worker’s comp paid out to injured cast members.