Get weekly reports on “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” from the co-book writer

After a serious reworking Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark returns to Broadway this week, eager to receive kinder and less critical reviews.

If a trip to New York is not a part of your Summer plans, or you prefer to wait for the pundits to weigh in before shelling out the money for a ticket, you can check out the blog by the musical’s new co-librettist, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. A writer for Marvel comic books who spent three years crafting lines for the show, Aguirre-Sacasa will share his review twice a week, offer the inside scoop on rehearsals, all while performing at night.

Check it out here

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