Spider-Man Lives?


The Times says the show's fate will be decided today, but according to the Post's Michael Riedel, things are actually looking up for Broadway's problem-plagued Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark. Bono has reportedly brought in the guy who organizes U2's tours to sort out money issues, and Riedel says previews (once scheduled for February) will happen in June, with Dark finally opening in July. It'll miss April's cut-off date for awards consideration, though, probably denying us a chance to see Spider-Man swing across the Tony stage knocking Bret Michaels unconscious. [NYP]