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The title track is evocative, haunting and mesmerising.Beautifully fragile, the composers’ Celtic roots colour the delivery.It took me a while to realize it, but what I mistook initially for tiger stripes on all the clothing was actually the folds and shadows in the fabric , like you would in a comic panel. How Spidey Did His Spidey Stuff Webs – these were really neat and come straight from Taymour’s obsession with Kabuki.
Musically of course, the piece is a rock opera - what else would you expect from U2’s Bono and The Edge - but it’s not all jangly guitars and throbbing bass.In the second act there were too many numbers and some of the songs were the wrong kind of songs in the wrong places, which really stuck potholes into the pacing – especially as there were too many monologues and moments of rest between them.The only thing I would have liked was a bit more clever lyrics.Costing £44.5 million to stage with additional weekly running costs of £750,000, the production is the most expensive show ever to swing onto Broadway. Carney’s vulnerable super hero is the ideal beau for Rebecca Faulkenberry’s feisty Mary Jane Watson, and if ever a reminder were needed that there should be no disappointment in seeing an understudy, look no further than Jeb Brown. To misquote Peter Parker’s Uncle Ben, “with great power comes a great musical.” Fresh, inventive and breath-taking, Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark is everything modern musical theatre should be.