Foxwoods Theatre, (6/14/2011 - 1/04/2014)

First Preview: Nov 28, 2010
Opening Date: Jun 14, 2011
Closing Date: Jan 04, 2014
Total Previews: 182
Total Performances: 1066

Category: Musical, Spectacle, Original, Broadway

Opening Night Production Staff

Theatre Owned / Operated by Live Nation

Produced by Michael Cohl & Jeremiah J. Harris, Land Line Productions, Hello Entertainment/David Garfinkle/Tony Adams, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Norton Herrick & Herrick Entertainment, Billy Rovzar & Fernando Rovzar, Stephen Bronfman, Jeffrey B. Hecktman, Omneity Entertainment/Richard G. Weinberg, James L. Nederlander, Terry Allen Kramer, S2BN Entertainment, Jam Theatricals, Mayerson/Gould/Hauser/Tysoe, Patricia Lambrecht and Paul McGuinness; By special arrangement with Marvel Entertainment; Associate Producer: Anne Tanaka

Book by Julie Taymor, Glen Berger and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa; Music by Bono and The Edge; Lyrics by Bono and The Edge; Arrangements & Orchestrations: David Campbell; Vocal arrangements by David Campbell, Teese Gohl and Kimberly Grigsby; Additional Arrangements/Vocal Arrangements: Dawn Kenny and Rori Coleman; Musical Director: Kimberly Grigsby; Music Producer: Louie Zakarian

Original Direction by Julie Taymor; Choreography and Aerial Choreography by Daniel Ezralow; Additional Choreography by Chase Brock

Scenic Design by George Tsypin; Costume Design by Eiko Ishioka; Lighting Design by Donald Holder; Sound Design by Jonathan Deans; Projection Design by Kyle Cooper; Mask Design by Julie Taymor; Hair Design by Campbell Young Associates and Luc Verschueren; Make-Up Design by Judy Chin; Media Designer: Howard Werner; Associate Scenic Design: Rob Bissinger; Associate Costume Design: Mary Nemecek Peterson; Associate Make-Up Design: Angela Johnson; Associate Lighting Design: Vivien Leone; Associate Sound Design: Brian Hsieh and Keith Caggiano; Prosthetics Design: Louie Zakarian

General Manager: Alan Wasser, Allan Williams and Aaron Lustbader; Executive Producer: Glenn Orsher, Stephen Howard, Martin McCallum and Adam Silberman; Consulting Producer: Jeffrey Auerbach; Company Manager: Marc Borsak; Associate Co. Mgr: Thom Mitchell

Production Manager: Juniper Street Productions and MB Productions; Technical Director: Fred Gallo; Co - Prod. Stg. Mgr: C. Randall White and Kathleen E. Purvis

Musical Supervisor: Teese Gohl; Conducted by Kimberly Grigsby; Associate Conductor: Charles duChateau; Guitar: Zane Carney, Matt Beck and Ben Butler; Bass: Aiden Moore and Richard Hammond; Drums: Jon Epcar; Keyboards: Billy Jay Stein and Charles duChateau; Percussion: John Clancy; Hammered Dulcet/Percussion: Bill Ruyle; Concert Master: Antoine Silverman; Viola/Violin: Christopher Cardona; Cello: Anja Wood; Trumpets: Don Downs and Tony Kadleck; French Horn: Theresa MacDonnell; Trombone/Tuba: Marcus Rojas; Reeds: Aaron Heick

Resident Director: Keith Batten; Resident Choreographer: Jason Snow; Aerial Design by Scott Rogers; Aerial Rigging Design: Jaque Paquin

Creative Consultant: Philip William McKinley; Casting: Telsey + Company; Advertising: Serino Coyne; Director of Marketing: Len Gill; Marketing: Keith Hurd; Website Design & Internet Marketing: Situation Interactive; Press Representative: O&M Co.; Photographer: Jacob Cohl; Dialect Coach: Deborah Hecht; Dance Captain: Ari Loeb and Erin Elliott

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Opening Night Cast

Reeve Carney
Broadway debut
Peter Parker/Spider-Man
(Nov 28, 2010 - Sep 15, 2013)
T.V. CarpioArachne
(Nov 28, 2010 - Nov 13, 2011)
Jennifer DamianoMary Jane Watson
(Nov 28, 2010 - Nov 06, 2011)
Patrick PageNorman Osborn/The Green Goblin
(Nov 28, 2010 - Aug 05, 2012)
Jeb BrownMary Jane's Father
Ensemble
Stokes
A Reporter
Viper Executive
Matt CaplanFlash
A Bully
Ensemble
A Gangster
Bud
A Reporter
Dwayne ClarkBoyle
A Bully
Ensemble
A Gangster
Robertson
A Reporter
Viper Executive
Luther CreekKong
A Bully
Ensemble
A Gangster
Travis
A Reporter
Viper Executive
Aerialist
Isabel KeatingMrs. Gribrock
Ensemble
Aunt May
Maxie
A Reporter
Ken MarksEnsemble
Uncle Ben
Buttons
A Reporter
Viper Executive
Michael MulherenJ. Jonah Jameson
Matthew James ThomasPeter Parker/Spider-Man
Alternate
Laura Beth WellsEmily Osborn
Ensemble
Marbles
Kevin AubinAerialist
Gerald AverySwarm
One of the Sinister Six
Ensemble
Aerialist
Collin BajaCarnage
One of the Sinister Six
Ensemble
Green Goblin Flyer
Aerialist
Marcus BellamyEnsemble
Aerialist
Emmanuel BrownElectro
One of the Sinister Six
Ensemble
Daniel CurryAerialist
Erin ElliottAerialist
Craig HenningsenEnsemble
Exterminator Flyer
Aerialist
Dana Marie IngrahamEnsemble
Aerialist
Ayo Janeen JacksonEnsemble
Aerialist
Joshua KobakMeeks
A Bully
Ari LoebAerialist
Natalie LomonteEnsemble
Aerialist
Kristen MartinEnsemble
(Nov 28, 2010 - Mar 18, 2012)
Aerialist
(Nov 28, 2010 - Mar 18, 2012)
Jodi McFaddenEnsemble
Aerialist
Bethany MooreAerialist
Ensemble
Kristen OeiEnsemble
Aerialist
Jennifer PerryEnsemble
Aerialist
Brandon RubendallThe Lizard
One of the Sinister Six
Ensemble
Aerialist
Sean SamuelsSwiss Miss
One of the Sinister Six
Ensemble
Purse Snatcher
Aerialist
Dollar TanEnsemble
Christopher TierneyKraven the Hunter
One of the Sinister Six
(Nov 28, 2010 - Aug 10, 2013)
Ensemble
(Nov 28, 2010 - Aug 10, 2013)
Hero Flyer
(Nov 28, 2010 - Aug 10, 2013)
Aerialist
(Nov 28, 2010 - Aug 10, 2013)

Swings: Kevin Aubin, Daniel Curry, Erin Elliott, Ari Loeb, Kevin Loomis and Kyle Post

Understudies: Kevin Aubin (A Gangster, Carnage, Kraven the Hunter, Swiss Miss, The Lizard), Marcus Bellamy (Swarm), Jeb Brown (Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin), Jessica Leigh Brown (Aunt May, Emily Osborn, Marbles, Maxie, Mrs. Gribrock), Matt Caplan (Peter Parker/Spider-Man), Luther Creek (Mary Jane's Father), Daniel Curry (A Gangster, Carnage, Kraven the Hunter, Swiss Miss, The Lizard), Joshua Kobak (Kraven the Hunter), Megan Lewis (Arachne, Aunt May, Emily Osborn, Marbles, Maxie, Mrs. Gribrock), Ari Loeb (A Gangster, Electro, Kraven the Hunter, Purse Snatcher, Swarm), Kevin Loomis (Buttons, J. Jonah Jameson, Mary Jane's Father, Stokes, Travis, Uncle Ben, Viper Executive), Ken Marks (J. Jonah Jameson), Kristen Martin (Mary Jane Watson), Jodi McFadden (Arachne), Kyle Post (A Gangster, Boyle, Bud, Buttons, Flash, Kong, Meeks, Robertson, Stokes, Travis, Viper Executive), Brandon Rubendall (Swiss Miss), Sean Samuels (Boyle), Dollar Tan (Electro), Joey Taranto (A Gangster, Boyle, Bud, Flash, Kong, Meeks, Robertson, Travis, Viper Executive) and Laura Beth Wells (Aunt May, Mrs. Gribrock)

Awards and Nominations

Tony Award®

 2012 Best Scenic Design of a Musical [nominee] 

George Tsypin

 2012 Best Costume Design of a Musical [nominee] 

Eiko Ishioka

Drama Desk Award

 2012 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee] 

Patrick Page

Songs

music by Bono and The Edge; lyrics by Bono and The Edge

ACT 1 Sung By
The Myth of Arachne
(music by Bono and The Edge; lyrics by Bono and The Edge )
Peter Parker/Spider-Man
Behold and WonderPeter Parker/Spider-Man, Arachne and Ensemble
Bullying by NumbersBullies and High School Students
No MorePeter Parker/Spider-Man and Mary Jane Watson
D.I.Y. WorldNorman Osborn/The Green Goblin, Emily Osborn, Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Mary Jane Watson, High School Students and Lab Assistants
Bouncing Off the Walls
(music by Bono and The Edge; lyrics by Bono and The Edge )
Peter Parker/Spider-Man and High School Students
Rise AbovePeter Parker/Spider-Man, Arachne and Ensemble
Pull the TriggerNorman Osborn/The Green Goblin, Viper Executives and Soldiers
Picture ThisPeter Parker/Spider-Man, Mary Jane Watson, Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin and Emily Osborn
ACT 2 Sung By
A Freak Like Me
(music by Bono and The Edge; lyrics by Bono and The Edge )
Green Goblin Flyer and Ensemble
If the World Should End
(music by Bono and The Edge; lyrics by Bono and The Edge )
Mary Jane Watson and Peter Parker/Spider-Man
Sinistereo
(music by Bono and The Edge; lyrics by Bono and The Edge )
Reporters
Spider-Man!
(music by Bono and The Edge; lyrics by Bono and The Edge )
Citizens of New York
Turn Off the Dark
(music by Bono and The Edge; lyrics by Bono and The Edge )
Arachne and Peter Parker/Spider-Man
I Just Can't Walk Away
(music by Bono and The Edge; lyrics by Bono and The Edge )
Mary Jane Watson and Peter Parker/Spider-Man
Think Again
(music by Bono and The Edge; lyrics by Bono and The Edge )
Arachne and Peter Parker/Spider-Man
The Boy Falls From the SkyPeter Parker/Spider-Man
I'll Take Manhattan
(music by Bono and The Edge; lyrics by Bono and The Edge )
Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin
Finale - A New Dawn
(music by Bono and The Edge; lyrics by Bono and The Edge )
Full Company

Reviews


AP: "'Spider-Man' is a freak show -- and not half bad"

Some $70 million later, after all the tortured, bloated angst, “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” is somewhat redeemed by a little special effect that costs just a few bucks.

The big finale to the new version of the show, which opened Tuesday night, has its nine-stunt Spider-Men crawling all over the Foxwoods Theatre and exploding little bombs of paper that shoot streamers into the audience.

Sure, other shows do a variation on the trick, sending glitter or confetti raining down. But in this tragically epic show, it adds a dash of whimsy, of thrill, binding us to one another — and to the show — in webs of white paper.

It may come as no surprise that this little low-tech trick was added after the departure of Julie Taymor, a visionary director whose vision apparently had grown cloudy. Would she have approved of such a party trick, thinking it tacky, perhaps?

It is also a self-conscious touch — something missing from previous iterations of Miss Taymor’s glum, oh-so-serious “Spider-Man.” This production is lighter and clearer, if thematically less challenging. It may not be the best thing in theater, but it is far from the worst show in Broadway history.

What it is is a freak, and it knows it. As the Green Goblin (a wonderful, perfectly hammy Patrick Page) sings in a newly added song that starts off Act 2: “If you’re looking for a night out on the town, you just found me / (A freak like me needs company) / I’m a $65 million circus tragedy.” (That joke is at least $5 million behind budget.)

“Spider-Man” is a weird mix of ultra-high-tech — the Act 2 digital projections of comic book villains is dazzling and the aerial work dizzying — and oddly low tech: A little toy train trundles across the skyline at one point. The same show that has a complicated fight between Goblin and Spidey over the audience at 40 mph also has huge cartoon-y cut outs that slide out as if in a sixth-grade talent show.

There is also an inconsistency of imagery. Some characters are human. Some — a trio of comic-strip crooks — are encased in huge Mardi Gras-like mask heads and carry fake machine guns. Six superpsychos called the Sinister Six (the show takes poetic license by creating some of the Six that are not in the Spider-Man comic books) exists seemingly only to show off costume designer Eiko Ishioka’s skill.

That inconsistency extends to the Daily Bugle newsroom, where you find a 1940s sensibility with cigar-chomping publisher J. Jonah Jameson and a stenograph pool populated by women, yet references to the Internet. It barely makes sense. It’s like coming across vestigial elements from some long-lost musical — once great ideas now abandoned yet somehow preserved in the mechanism.

But why strive for sense when producers already have paid for the scenes? “You can change your mind, but you cannot change your heart,” Peter Parker sings in the song “Boy Falls From the Sky.”

Philip William McKinley, who was brought in to take over Miss Taymor’s directing duties, and script doctor Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, together with original co-book writer Glenn Berger, have done a credible job in a very short time smoothing out this freak, but bumps remain.

What you ultimately get is what Miss Taymor seemed determined not to do: a simplistic story of geeky boy falls for pretty girl, gets bitten by weird spider, becomes Spider-Man and then must choose between wooing the girl or saving the world.

There’s also the parallel story of scientist Norman Osborne bent on creating Mankind 2.0 through DNA manipulation. (“Mutate and live,” the mad-scientist says, in a slogan that could fit the new show’s attempt to create Spider-Man 2.0.)

Pressured by the military to weaponize his skills, he’ll become the Goblin soon enough, and then he and Spider-Man are destined to fight. The script reclaims the “With great power comes great responsibility” line that had been dropped and applies it to the hero and his nemesis, both fueled by each losing someone close to them. You want deeper motivations? What are you doing at this musical?

The principal cast — Reeve Carney as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Jennifer Damiano as Mary Jane Watson, T.V. Carpio as Arachne and Page — deserve respect, if not Purple Hearts. They’ve been hanging in there — sometimes literally — through months of wrenching changes and work hard.

What Mr. Carney lacks in pure ruggedness he makes up for with a hangdog adorableness. Miss Carpio, who has seen her role greatly reduced to the point that it may seem a little pointless, still sings with beauty and tenderness, even though her feet never touch the ground. Miss Damiano radiates a sweet, Mary-Jane vulnerability and shares a pretty duet with Mr. Reeve while hanging on a fire escape on a starry night.

Mr. Page, though, is the real star. He’s a Shakespearean actor who played the title role in “The Grinch” and knows how to walk that fine line between camp and earnestness. He has a villainous voice that commands and excellent comic timing, and he provides the impish joy this show desperately needs. (Just try not to laugh when he makes a Shake Weight joke or navigates an automated phone system.)

The first act drags as the storytellers pack in as much background as possible, but the pace picks up in Act 2. The songs, by U2’s Bono and the Edge, have been gradually Broadway-ized, or at least de-Edge-ified. Gone, for the most part, are tons of jangling guitars. If there was once a sense that this Irish duo simply could write two dozen new songs and plunk them into a musical, that time is gone.

That doesn’t mean that the music entirely works or is consistent in tone and approach. Some of it is weak, such as the Marilyn Manson-like “A Freak Like Me Needs Company.” But “Rise Above” and “Boy Falls From the Sky” are standouts, straight from a rock arena. The wispy “If the World Should End” is pretty, and the bombastic “Pull the Trigger” tries to fuse classic Broadway with techno, to mixed results.

The rebooted musical even playfully references the songwriters at several points, as when U2’s song “Vertigo” blasts at a school dance. There are other little in-jokes. Guess the title of the play that Mary-Jane, a fledgling actress, is making in her stage debut? “The Fly.” OK, it’s not “The Book of Mormon,” but the little jokes that pop up in “Spider-Man” show the musical was at least created by humans.

Other highlights of imagination include the scene “Bouncing Off the Walls” in which Mr. Reeve, suspended by cables, slams around his bedroom, and an odd little detour when Parker takes on an inflatable giant wrestler being manipulated by a very visible man. Both these scenes don’t try to hide the trick but still produce a childlike wonderment.

George Tsypin’s sets are ingenious, particularly his Chrysler Building, with its antenna pushing out toward the audience, with a little trail of tiny cars lighted on the street far below. He favors a bold, pop-art style that overemphasizes angles and perspective. When Peter and Mary-Jane walk home from school, huge panels depicting houses along the route open and close as if a comic book is being read. One of the most visually stunning scenes has Arachne’s followers weave huge swaths of saffron fabric as they swing across the stage, one of Miss Taymor’s memorable images.

Glitches remain, though. Too much smoke one night pretty much destroyed a Goblin scene, and the sound system often leaves the lyrics muddy. But the stunts now seem assured (even if the Goblin’s flying isn’t as sexy as Spider-Man’s). And put your hands together at the curtain call for performer Christopher Tierney, who as Spider-Man almost broke his neck in the name of entertainment and returned. Whatever you think of the show, he is a trooper.

In the end, you know how it all ends. SPLAT! goes the Goblin. Big SMOOCH! between Mary-Jane and Peter Parker.

It would have been different if Miss Taymor had more time and we had more patience. But it’s not so bad without her. Fanboys, especially, will get giddy and clutch their Playbills happily, and maybe will want to come back.


AP
06/15/2011

New York Daily News: "'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark' review: Retooled version is more cohesive, streamlined and funnier"

The problem with expensive leftovers is that they're bound to go bad if you don't put them to good use.

That dilemma faced the new creative team of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," which opened last night at the Foxwoods Theatre on W. 42nd St.

Finally.

It only took $75 million, seven months of previews, a round of injuries to flying actors, the emotional departure of its creative director and a three-week shutdown to retool.

Emerging from all that tangled drama, Spidey 2.0 is more cohesive, streamlined and funnier than before, and its thrills are still intact - though it is still weighed down by so-so songs.

"Spider-Man" isn't a great, gourmet meal, but it's a tasty diversion.

Philip McKinley, who oversees the staging, and new writer Robert Aguirre-Sacasa, have taken existing ingredients and skillfully reorganized them. As a salvage mission, the accomplishments are impressive.

Original director Julie Taymor's fingerprints are still evident, but now the focus is where it should be: On Peter Parker (Reeve Carney), the nerdy teen turned web-slinger, who must juggle his sweetheart Mary Jane (Jennifer Damiano) and nemesis Green Goblin (Patrick Page).

The straightforward story doesn't expand the portrait of the popular hero, but at least you don't leave scratching your head in confusion about Arachne (T.V. Carpio), a mystical spiderwoman who previously upstaged Spider-Man.

That was a nagging issue when Taymor was in charge. Arachne's presence has been lessened and lightened. Meanwhile, other villains have become more than just elaborate Halloween costumes.

The reason to see "Turn Off the Dark" remains. The acrobatic aerial stunts and flying, particularly the 11 o'clock showdown, are dazzling.

Spidey now drops into the aisles and showers the audience in stringy confetti for fun that's up close and personal.

Second to the flying effects are George Tsypin's awesome comic-inspired sets. They flip, unfold and twinkle as they weave their way from Queens rowhouses and high-tech lab to the top of the Chrysler Building.

Unfortunately, songs by U2 rockers Bono and The Edge are a mixed bag and don't match visual splendors.

Like a vanquished villain, several nondistinct tunes go splat. A new Green Goblin song, "A Freak Like Me," seems like a number cut from "Shrek" or "Taboo."

The best songs are the moody and melodic ballads "Rise Above" and "The Boy Falls From the Sky," which land even better with an improved soundscape.

McKinley's credits include "The Boy From Oz" and Ringling Bros. circuses. He keeps the production flowing briskly.

Carney brings heartthrob charm and a scruffy singing voice as Spidey. Damiano makes a cute girlfriend. Their duet, "If the World Should End," is a richly romantic high point.

Page, who has played the Grinch, knows nasty. He tackles the Goblin with campy gusto and an inexplicable mint-julep drawl.

In the end, "Spider-Man" makes for a enjoyable evening that goes down easy. Getting to this point was anything but.


New York Daily News
06/14/2011

Replacement/Transfer Info


The following people are credited as replacements or additions if they were not credited on opening night.


Foxwoods Theatre

(6/14/2011 - 1/4/2014)
Assistant Director: Eileen F. Haggerty; Associate Director: Keith Batten.

Assistant Costume Design: Michael Hannah; Assistant Lighting Design: Michael P. Jones.

Company Manager: Doug Gaeta; Assistant Co. Mgr: Tammie Ward.

Second Assistant Stage Manager: Andrew Neal; Production Stage Manager: Kathleen E. Purvis; Stage Manager: Andrew Neal; Assistant Stage Mgr: Jim Athens, Valerie Lau-Kee Lai.

Dance Captain: Natalie Lomonte; Assistant Dance Captain: Drew Heflin; Dance Captain: Dana Marie Ingraham, Ashley Adamek; Press Representative: Ryan Ratelle.

Cast

Ashley Adamek
Ensemble (Jul 24, 2012 - ?)
Aerialist
Stephen Lee Anderson
Buttons
A Reporter
Ensemble
Uncle Ben
Viper Executive
David Armstrong
Aerialist
Ensemble
Exterminator Flyer
Gerald Avery
Ensemble (May 22, 2012 - ?)
Swarm
One of the Sinister Six
(May 22, 2012 - ?)
Collin Baja
Carnage
One of the Sinister Six
Ensemble
Hettie Vyrine Barnhill
Ensemble (Aug 21, 2012 - ?)
Ring Girl (Aug 21, 2012 - ?)
Ensemble
Ring Girl
Emmanuel Brown
Ensemble
Trainer
Jessica Leigh Brown
Aerialist
Matt Caplan
Peter Parker/Spider-Man Alternate
Newsboy
Julius C. Carter
Aerialist (Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Ensemble (Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Purse Snatcher (Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
The Lizard
One of the Sinister Six
(Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Daniel Case
Aerialist
Cass Christopher
Ensemble
Robert Cuccioli
Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin (Aug 7, 2012 - Jan 4, 2014)
Christina DeCicco
Arachne (Apr 23, 2013 - ?)
Kevin DeJesus-Jones
Ensemble
Hero Flyer
Kraven the Hunter
One of the Sinister Six
Meeks
A Bully
Mat Devine
Grim Hunter Role was cut during previews
Adam Ray Dyer
Aerialist
Jake Epstein
Peter Parker/Spider-Man Alternate
(Dec 8, 2012 - Aug 10, 2013)
Rebecca Faulkenberry
Mary Jane Watson (Nov 10, 2011 - Jan 4, 2014)
Gideon Glick
Jimmy-6 Role was cut during previews
Jason Gotay
Peter Parker/Spider-Man Alternate
(Oct 22, 2013 - ?)
Drew Heflin
Aerialist (Dec 20, 2011 - ?)
Ensemble (Dec 20, 2011 - ?)
Swarm
One of the Sinister Six
(Dec 20, 2011 - ?)
Swarm
One of the Sinister Six
Dana Marie Ingraham
Ensemble
Elizabeth Judd
Ensemble (circa. Mar 20, 2012 - Sep 16, 2012)
Aerialist (? - Sep 16, 2012)
Ensemble
Isabel Keating
Purse Lady
Reed Kelly
Aerialist (Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Ensemble (Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Swiss Miss
One of the Sinister Six
(Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Heather Lang
Aerialist
Aaron LaVigne
A Gangster
Ensemble
Kong
A Bully
Travis
A Reporter
Viper Executive
Leon Le
Aerialist
Alice Lee
Miss Arrow Role was cut during previews
Katrina Lenk
Arachne (May 29, 2012 - Apr 21, 2013)
Kourtni Lind
Aerialist
Ensemble
Ring Girl
Ken Marks
Buttons
A Reporter
Ensemble
Uncle Ben
Viper Executive
Kristen Martin
Aerialist
Ensemble
India McGee
Ensemble (Jul 24, 2012 - ?)
Paul McGill
Aerialist
Monette McKay
Ensemble
Aerialist
Natalie Mendoza
Arachne Was replaced in previews
Bethany Moore
Ring Girl
Jake Odmark
A Gangster
Bud
A Reporter
Ensemble
Flash
A Bully
Newsboy
Maxx Reed
Electro
One of the Sinister Six
(Mar 20, 2012 - ?)
Ensemble (Mar 20, 2012 - ?)
Adam Roberts
Aerialist (Sep 13, 2011 - ?)
Carnage
One of the Sinister Six
(Sep 13, 2011 - ?)
Ensemble (Sep 13, 2011 - ?)
Green Goblin Flyer (Sep 13, 2011 - ?)
Swiss Miss
One of the Sinister Six
Brandon Rubendall
Ensemble (Aug 14, 2012 - ?)
Swiss Miss
One of the Sinister Six
(Aug 14, 2012 - ?)
Christina Sajous
Arachne (Nov 15, 2011 - May 27, 2012)
Justin Matthew Sargent
Peter Parker/Spider-Man Alternate
Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Sep 16, 2013 - Jan 4, 2014)
Josh Sassanella
Aerialist
Jonathan Schwartz
Professor Cobwell Role was cut during previews
Dan Sharkey
Danny, Lab Assistant
Ensemble
Mary Jane's Father
Ring Announcer
Stokes
A Reporter
Viper Executive
Emily Shoolin
Emily Osborn (Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Ensemble (Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Marbles (Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
MJ's Friend (Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Receptionist (Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Emily Osborn
Ensemble
Marbles
MJ's Friend
Receptionist
Whitney Sprayberry
Ensemble (Jul 3, 2012 - ?)
Aerialist
Alex Michael Stoll
Carnage
One of the Sinister Six
Ensemble
Dollar Tan
Trainer
Cassandra Taylor
Aerialist (Jun 28, 2011 - ?)
Ensemble (Jun 28, 2011 - ?)
Brett Thiele
Aerialist
Ensemble
Trainer
Christopher Tierney
Exterminator Flyer
Meeks
A Bully
Timothy Warmen
Danny, Lab Assistant (Aug 9, 2011 - ?)
Ensemble (Aug 9, 2011 - ?)
Mary Jane's Father (Aug 9, 2011 - ?)
Ring Announcer (Aug 9, 2011 - ?)
Stokes
A Reporter
(Aug 9, 2011 - ?)
Viper Executive (Aug 9, 2011 - ?)
Danny, Lab Assistant
Ensemble
Mary Jane's Father
Ring Announcer
Stokes
A Reporter
Viper Executive
Laura Beth Wells
MJ's Friend
Receptionist
Emily Osborn (Jun 19, 2012 - ?)
Ensemble (Jun 19, 2012 - ?)
Marbles (Jun 19, 2012 - ?)
MJ's Friend (Jun 19, 2012 - ?)
Receptionist (Jun 19, 2012 - ?)
Emily Osborn
Ensemble
Marbles
MJ's Friend
Receptionist
Matthew Wilkas
A Gangster (Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Bud
A Reporter
(Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Ensemble (Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Flash
A Bully
(Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Newsboy (Jan 31, 2012 - ?)
Peter Parker/Spider-Man Alternate



Understudies: Stephen Lee Anderson (J. Jonah Jameson), David Armstrong (Electro), Kevin Aubin (Purse Snatcher, Trainer), Gerald Avery (Bud, Newsboy, A Gangster, Electro, Swarm, The Lizard, Trainer), Darius Barnes (A Gangster, Carnage, Kraven the Hunter, Purse Snatcher, Swiss Miss, The Lizard), Marcus Bellamy (Bud, Newsboy), Emmanuel Brown (Kong, Meeks, Electro, Kraven the Hunter), Jessica Leigh Brown (MJ's Friend, Purse Lady, Receptionist, Ring Girl), Matt Caplan (Viper Executive), Julius C. Carter (Boyle, Robertson), Luther Creek (Uncle Ben), Daniel Curry (A Gangster, Carnage, Kraven the Hunter, Swiss Miss, The Lizard), Michelle Dawson (Arachne, Aunt May, Emily Osborn, Marbles, Maxie, MJ's Friend, Mrs. Gribrock, Purse Lady, Receptionist), Adam Ray Dyer (A Gangster, Carnage, Electro, Kong, The Lizard, Trainer, Kraven the Hunter, Meeks, Purse Snatcher), Drew Heflin (Electro, Kraven the Hunter, Swarm, The Lizard, Trainer), Craig Henningsen (Kraven the Hunter), Dana Marie Ingraham (Purse Lady, Ring Girl, Swarm), Elizabeth Judd (Mary Jane Watson), Aaron LaVigne (A Gangster, Mary Jane's Father, Boyle, Bud, Buttons, Danny, Lab Assistant, Flash, Kong, Meeks, Newsboy, Ring Announcer, Robertson, Stokes, Travis, Viper Executive), Megan Lewis (MJ's Friend, Purse Lady, Receptionist), Ari Loeb (Carnage, Purse Snatcher, The Lizard, Trainer, Newsboy), Natalie Lomonte (Ring Girl, Purse Lady, Purse Snatcher), Kevin Loomis (Bud, Danny, Lab Assistant, Ring Announcer, Robertson), Ken Marks (J. Jonah Jameson), Kristen Martin (Ring Girl, Mary Jane Watson), Paul McGill (A Gangster, Electro, Swarm, The Lizard, Trainer), Jake Odmark (A Gangster, Bud, Flash, Kong, Newsboy, Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Viper Executive, Travis), Kristen Oei (Mary Jane Watson), Kyle Post (Danny, Lab Assistant, Newsboy, Ring Announcer), Adam Roberts (Purse Snatcher, Swiss Miss), Brandon Rubendall (Carnage), Sean Samuels (Robertson, Viper Executive), Jennifer Sanchez (Arachne, Aunt May, Emily Osborn, Marbles, Maxie, MJ's Friend, Mrs. Gribrock, Purse Lady, Receptionist), Josh Sassanella (Purse Snatcher, A Gangster, Boyle, Bud, Flash, Kong, Meeks, Robertson, Travis, Viper Executive, Buttons, Danny, Lab Assistant, Kraven the Hunter, Newsboy, Ring Announcer, Stokes), Jennifer Savelli (Ring Girl), Jamison Scott (A Gangster, Boyle, Bud, Flash, Kong, Meeks, Newsboy, Robertson, Travis, Viper Executive, Buttons, Mary Jane's Father, Ring Announcer), Dan Sharkey (J. Jonah Jameson, Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin, Uncle Ben), Emily Shoolin (Aunt May, Maxie, Mrs. Gribrock, Emily Osborn, Marbles, MJ's Friend, Receptionist), Whitney Sprayberry (Ring Girl), Joey Taranto (Newsboy), Brett Thiele (Electro), Christopher Tierney (Flash), Timothy Warmen (Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin, Uncle Ben, J. Jonah Jameson, Buttons), Laura Beth Wells (Aunt May, Maxie, Mrs. Gribrock), Matthew Wilkas (Professor Cobwell, Viper Executive, Peter Parker/Spider-Man).


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