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Spider-Man Sings Again

After his previous off Broadway production and a flirtation with rock on his 'Rock Reflections of a Superhero' album, Spidey is heading for the boards again!


2007-09-27 13:38:33

Broadway director JULIE TAYMOR is hunting for a New York theatre big enough to house the SPIDER-MAN musical she is creating with U2 rockers BONO and THE EDGE.
Lion King creator Taymor has written a book and is due to direct the spectacular stage show, with the music provided by the rock superduo.
The project is now moving so quickly, the trio are already looking for the right space to house the musical version of the comic creation. Taymore tells the New York Daily News.

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