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Spider man turn off the dark

"The Broadway spectacular that defied odds and expectations to conquer New York, is moving to Las Vegas, the entertainment capital of the world."
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
Nothing like a bit o' Shakespeare to get the taste of Bono out of your mouth.
You know how you can get your picture taken as you ride Splash Mountain? Well, now you can do the same thing on Broadway!
A bad joke almost saved the Obama women from suffering through the Spider-Man musical. Almost.
In the latest legal tidbit out of the Spider-Man war, we learn about the time Bono, drunk with a bevy of babes, was unable to help save his show.
Now that the show is making bank, the gloves are off in the fight between Julie Taymor and the producers of Spider-Man: The Song That Never Ends Turn Off The Dark.
Though we've yet to meet a person who enjoyed it, Spider-Man: Bring Out Your Dead Turn Off The Dark turns out to be a moneymaking (if not yet profitable) hit. So why not musicalize X-Men?
Julie Taymor, the envelope-pushing director who co-created the much-maligned Broadway spectacle Spider-Man: Please Make it Stop Turn Off the Dark, is suing the show's producers.
Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark sent out two press releases touting recent TV spoofs of its accident-prone history but remains silent when it comes to South Park.
Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark has opened, finally, and we sit down to discuss the show, its earlier incarnation and the unbearable boringness of flying on Broadway.
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