There’s been plenty of buzz about the now-$70 million musical that has been attracting audiences for failed stunts as well as successful ones. Now, “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” is giving us even more to talk about. The New York times reported that director Julie Taymor will no longer be working with the show (although her name will still appear in the credits), and a new choreographer has been added to the team. (Producers of the show have neither confirmed nor denied whether original choreographer Daniel Ezralow’s contract will be terminated.) Chase Brock has been hired to contribute choreography before the June 14 hard opening.
“Spider-Man” changes choreographic hands … sort of