By Jim McCarthy Dec 16, 2010 0 comments

…And Yet I Still Want to Go

Spiderman does whatever a spider can.  No one ever said spiders could open a high-production value show on time.  Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark has delayed its official start again.

Let me say this right now: I don’t know how this show will be, but however it goes, my hat is off to the producers because they’re taking a big risk in an attempt to deliver something extraordinary.  To make an event that NEEDS to be seen live.  To use the strengths of a live production to give people something they’ll never forget.
Is it going to be a huge success?  I have no idea.  Honestly, none, and you know the old saying, “Nobody knows anything.” (or is it “Nobody knows nothin'”?)  But despite all that, it’s a worthy effort with high ambitions.  Look at it this way: you can choose to try to create something truly special like this, or you could dig up a B-movie from the 80s or 90s and try to live on nostalgia.  I prefer this.  The future belongs to people who think like this.

If I can, I’ll be there when the show opens.

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