Skip to main content
  1. AXS Entertainment
  2. Arts & Entertainment
  3. Performing Arts

Broadway's Motown, Kinky Boots, and USA Cast send Spiderman a web send off

See also

BroadwayGlobal shares a new Broadway send off tradition. The cast of "Motown" created a new tradition just by taking a posed selfie, shooting their webs to the cast of "Spiderman Turn Off the Dark". As the most expensive Broadway musical closed it doors on Broadway, "Kinky Boots", "Motown" and even Florida's Wick Theatre cast of "42nd Street" choreographed by multi-award winning Ron Hutchins, joined in the fun for a viral "Spiderman Turn Off the Dark" web send off.

"Broadway cast, and regional theatres around the nation have created a fun new way to send off Broadway closing shows. Lets' keep this Broadway cast and production team send off going, in respect of all these artists and their dedicated work. Theatre Chat will share the cast selfies on over 30 City/State Facebook groups to honor Broadway closing shows. The pictures also promote your love of theatre. A few cast selfies have created a viral send off to "Spiderman Turn Off the Dark", with a challenge for all cast around the globe to do the same! Lets' keep the Broadway cast selfie send off going. It honors the hard work that it takes to make in on the great white way." BroadwayGlobal.

While Julie Taymor and Bono had no presence at the final closing production of "Spiderman Turn Off the Dark", cast around the nation wanted to show their respect by posting web send offs. What a great way to say you made art for the stage, art that is memorable. The Broadway Global Producer of the Year, just honored a Producer of "Pippin" Dale Badway. Last year's winner was Jordan Scott Gilbert (Ghost), who was also presented with his Broadway Global Producer of the Year award "Producer's Puzzle" created by award winning Steve Marshall. Angela Robinson star of Tyler Pery's new hit TV show, The Haves and The Have Nots, was a Broadway Global Producer of the Year presenter. We must honor Producers, Cast, Musicals and Plays that have created a time capsule for the arts. The most expensive musical ever produced on Broadway is engraved in theatre history.

Arts sheds a light on our society. What was so important to our society, that we spent over $75 million to create this art for the stage? "Spiderman Turn Off the Dark" has set it's mark in musical theatre history, as it spins its web toward a new Las Vegas run. Theatre lovers around the globe needed a super hero. Millions attended the Broadway musical even when the media tried to bring Peter Parker down. Whatever we were dealing with in our society during this period of time tells us this, that audiences wanted this superhero of a musical, or it would not have been produced. It may not have made its' impact at the box office yet. But, it will recoup as global productions are produced, someday being filtered down to High Schools and Regional Theatres around the globe.

"Producers might have to trim the flying expense down to a "Peter Pan" production, but "Spiderman Turn Off the Dark will keep spinning its' web, down the streets of theatres around the globe. The Broadway cast pictures from "Motown", "Kinky Boots" and even viral cast pictures as far as South Florida with "42nd Street" cast from The Wick Theatre all prove "Spiderman Turn Off the Dark" will be remembered by theatre lovers and artists around the globe. Share this article and post your cast Spiderman web send off, as respect to the cast and crew. Lets' keep this Broadway send off tradition for closing shows, just by posting your cast selfie. After all we are a global arts community." BroadwayGlobal.

Advertisement

Today's top buzz...

  • Jack White
    Jack White has played the longest show of his career, going for over three hours
    Music Buzz
  • Donald Sterling
    Donald Sterling loses big in court, Clippers sale will proceed
    Video
    Today's Buzz
  • Steve Nash
    The Los Angeles Lakers will not use stretch provision on Steve Nash
    NBA Buzz
  • Peter Gabriel
    Peter Gabriel revisits classics in new concert film 'Back to Front'
    Camera
    20 Photos
  • Train
    Train rocks an outdoor show with old favorites and new hits in Tahoe
    Camera
    15 Photos
  • Rascal Flatts
    Rascal Flatts to perform at Washington Redskins Training Center in Richmond, Va.
    Camera
    11 Photos