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Dark Side Hits Spiderman Musical


The producers of the troubled Spiderman musical on Broadway said they have introduced new safety measures after a performer fell 30 feet into the orchestra pit.

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It's the final scene of the ''Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark''. As this amateur footage shows, the audience has been treated to some impressive stunts, and arousing music composed by members of U2. And then, this happened. Watch again, keeping your eyes on the rope, as the stunt double playing Spiderman dives towards the audience, it appears to snap. The performer, Christopher Tierney , fell 30 feet into the orchestra pit---a heroine sight for the audience.

"I mean I'm surprised he even lives through it, the fall, so just awful, and terrible. And then you heard the screams, and the call 911, and then the crash, which is awful of that. I mean I'm surprised to see he’s even OK."

"Oh, well, here he comes."

Ambulances were called to the Foxwoods Theater at about 10:45 pm on Monday night, and Tierney was taken to Bellevue hospital. Police said he suffered only minor injuries, other reports suggested that he had broken ribs and internal bleeding.

It's the fourth accident since previews began last month, and the 65-million-dollar shows’ official opening night has already been pushed back twice. It's a terrible start for Broadway’s most expensive production ever. But the old saying about publicity appears to be holding true.

"The same thing, it went elsewhere."

"What was that?"

"That someone fell off the stage, about 30 feet, and got hurt, and broke his spine or something."

"Does that make you want to see the show more or less?"

"More, without a doubt."

"Why?"

"Just cause, I didn't hear of the show until I heard that someone fell off."

With running costs of one million dollars a week, "Spiderman:Turn Off the Dark" needs all the help it can get. The musical would have to sell out virtually every performance for several years just to break even, which makes this a high-risk show in more ways than one.

SK, SkyNews.

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a difficult or unusual or dangerous feat; usually done to gain attention

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to have no profit or loss at the end of especially a business activity

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It's the final secene of the spiderman turn off the dark. As this amator photo shows the audience has been treated to some impressive stumps, at arouse musics compounds by members of Youtube. And then, this happened, watch again, keep in your eyes on the robe, as the stunt dubble play the man, divides toward the audience, it appears to slip. The performer, Christian Vetinee, fall 30 feet into the orchestra pit. A hurry insight for the audience.
" I mean I'm surprised even lisented through the fall, so just awful,and terrible. And then you heard the screams, and the call 911s, and then crush which is just awful that. I mean I'm surprised to see if it is OK?"
"Oh, very tough."
I belong this record to the focus with the theater, and about 10:45 pm on Monday night,and Vetinee was taken to boardway hospital. Police says he suffered only minor injuries, other reports suggest he had broken ribs and internal bleeding.
It't the four facsdents since pre.. begun last month, and the 65 million dollars shows offical opening night has already been pushed back twice. It's a terrible stunt for broadway most expensive production ever. But the old thing about publicity appears to be holding ture.
"Same thing went out here."
"What was that?"
"And, someone falls off the stage, about 30 feet, and got hurt.And broke his f or something."
"You doubt make if you want to see the show more than once?"
"more, we doubt do."
"why?"
"Just case, I didn't hear the show until I heard someone falls off."
With warning cost million dollars of week, spiderman hear not the dark needs the help they can get. The music would have to selt out vitually every performance just to break even, which makes this a high risk show in movies than one. SK, skynews.
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It's the final scene of "Spiderman: turn off the dark".  As this animative footage shows, the audiences have been treated to some impressive * and rousing music composed by members of U2. And then this happened.Watch again. Keep your eyes on the rope as stunt double plays spiderman dives towards the audiences, it appears to snap. The performer Christopher Tierney fell 30-feet into the orchestra pit,a hearing site for the audients.

I mean i'm surprised even left through the fall. So just awful and terrible. You heard the screams and call 911 and then crash. It's just awful for that. I mean i'm surprised if he's even OK. * says he would call to the Foxwoods Theatre at about 10:45 PM on Monday night. And Tierney was taken to Bellevue Hospital. Police said he suffered only mind injuries. Other reports suggested * have broken ribs and internal bleeding. It's the fourth accident since preview began last month.And the 65-million-dollar show's official opening night has already been push back twice. It's a terrible start for Broadway's most expensive production ever. But the old saying about publicity appears to be holding true.  

The same thing i * heard.
What's that?

That.. someone fell off the stage about 30 feet and got hurt and broke * or something.

The guy makes you want to see the show more or less ?

More. We * there.

Why? Just i never heard the show until i heard that someone fell off there.

With running costs one million dollar a week,"Spider-man: turn off the dark" need all the help it can get. The musical have to sell out virtually every performance for several years just to break even which make this a high risk show in more ways than one. **  Sky News.
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It's the final scene of "Spiderman: turn off the dark".  As this amateur footage shows, the audience has been treated to some impressive stunts and rousing music composed by members of U2. And then this happened. Watch again. Keeping your eyes on the rope as stunt double-playing spiderman dives towards the audiences, it appears to snap. The performer Christopher Tierney fell 30-feet into the orchestra pit, a hearing site for the audience.

I mean I'm surprised
he’s even left throughout the fall. So, just awful and terrible. And then, you heard the screams and call 911 and then the crash. It's just awful for that. I mean I'm surprised if he's even OK. Ambulances were called to the Foxwoods Theatre at about 10:45 PM on Monday night. And Tierney was taken to Bellevue Hospital. Police said he suffered only minor injuries. Other reports suggested that he had broken ribs and internal bleeding. It's the fourth accident since previews began last month. And the 65-million-dollar show's official opening night has already been pushed back twice. It's a terrible start for Broadway's most expensive production ever. But the old saying about publicity appears to be holding true.  

The same thing i
t went out here.
What's that?

That.. someone fell off the stage about 30 feet and got hurt and broke
his back or something.

The guy makes you want to see the show more or less?

More,
without doubt.

Why? Just
because I didn’t hear the show until I heard there’s one fell off there.

With running costs
of one million dollars a week, "Spider-man: turn off the dark" needs all the help it can get. The musical have to sell out virtually every performance for several years just to break even which makes this a high risk show in more ways than one.



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It's the final scene of the spiderman turn off the dark. As the amateur [photogene] shows the audience has been treated to some impressive stunts, and arousing music composed by members of Youtube. And then, this happened, watch again, keep your eyes on the rope, as the stunt double plays spiderman, dives toward the audience, it appears to slap, the performer, Christian Vetinee, fell 30 feet into the orchestra pit. A  heroine sight for the audience.
" I mean I'm surprised it even lifts through the fall, so just awful,and terrible. And then you heard the screams, and the call 911, and then crush,it is just awful of that. I mean I'm surprised to see if it is OK?"
"Oh, well, here he come!."
Ambulance's recalled to fox theater, and about 10:45 pm on Monday night,and Vetinee was taken to [bellview] hospital. Police said he  suffered only minor injuries, other reports suggested he had broken ribs and internal bleeding.
It't the fourth accident since preview begun last month, and the 65 million dollars shows on offical opening night has already been pushed back twice. It's a terrible stunt for broadway---most expensive production ever. But the old thing about publicity appears to be holding ture.
"Same thing went out here."
"What was that?"
"And, someone fell off the stage, about 30 feet, and got hurt.And broke  fun or something."
"You doubt make if you want to see the show more or less ?"
"more, we doubt do."
"why?"
"Just case, I didn't hear the show until I heard someone fell off."
With running cost million dollars a week, spiderman turns off the dark, needs all the help they can get. The musical would have to sell out vitually every performance for several years just to break even, which makes this a high risky show in more  ways than one.
SK, skynews.
本帖最后由 scbcl2005 于 2011-1-2 15:36 编辑

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It's the final scene of Spiderman Turn off the Dark, as this amateur footage shows the audiences has been drew to some impressive stunts, and rousing music composed by members of U2. And then, this happened.

Watch again, keeping your eyes on rope, as the stunt double playing spiderman dives towards the audience, it appears to snap. the performer, Christof Lutiney fell 30 feet into the orchestral pit, a horroring sight for the audience.

I mean, I'm supprised to see and listened through the fall so, just awful and terrible, and then, you heard the screams and call 911. the the crash which is awful that. I mean, I'm supprised to see if he's ok.

Oh, well, here we go

ambulance was called at Fockswood theatre at about 10:45 P.M. Monday night. And Tiney was taken to Broadway hospital. Police said he suffered only minor injuries, other reports suggested that he had broken ribs and internal bleeding.

It's the fourth accidents since the previous began last month. And $65 million shows official opening night has already being pushed back twice. It's a terrible start for Broadway's most expensive production ever. But the old saying about publicity appears to be holding true

Something we've heard.

What's that?

that someone fell off the stage about 30 feet, and got hurt, and broke his spinal something. Hehe..

Is that you make, you want to show more or less.

More, without doubt.

Why?

just because I never heard the show until I heard that someone fell off there.

With running cost of $1 million a week, Spideman Turn off the Dark needs all the help they can get. The musical will have to sell out virtually every performance for several years just to break even which makes this high risk show in more ways than  one.

Sirch Garnet sky news.

[Homework]2011-01-02 蜘蛛侠也失手

It's the final scene of Spiderman: turn off the dark.  As this amateur footage shows, the audience has been treated to some impressive stunts and rousing music composed by members of YouTube. And then this happened. Watch it again. Keeping your eyes on the rope as the stunt double-playing spiderman dives towards the audiences, it appears to snap. The performer Christopher Tierney fell 30-feet into the orchestra pit, a horroring sight for the audience.


I mean I'm surprised he even left through at the fall. So, just awful and terrible. And then, you heard the screams and call 911 and then the crash. It was just awful for that. I mean I'm surprised if he's even OK.


Ambulances were called to the Foxwoods Theatre at about 10:45 PM on Monday night. And Tierney was taken to Bellevue Hospital. Police said he suffered only minor injuries. Other reports suggested that he had broken ribs and internal bleeding. It's the fourth accident since previews began last month. And the 65-million-dollar show's official opening night has already been pushed back twice. It's a terrible start for Broadway's most expensive production ever. But the old saying about publicity appears to be holding true.  

The same thing it went out here
.

What's that?


That.. someone fell off the stage about 30 feet and got hurt and broke his bone
or something.

The guy makes you want to see the show more or less?

More, without doubt
.

Why? Just because I didn’t hear the show until I heard that some
one fell off there.

With running costs of one million dollars a week, Spider-man: turn off the dark needs all the help it can get. The musical will have to sell out virtually every performance for several years just to break even which makes this a high risk show in more ways than one.


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It's the final scene of "Spiderman: turn off the dark".  As this amateur footage shows, the audience has been treated to some impressive stunts and rousing music composed by members of U2. And then this happened. Watch again. Keeping your eyes on the rope as stunt double-playing spiderman dives towards the audiences, it appears to snap. The performer Christopher Tierney fell 30-feet into the orchestra pit, a horrying site for the audience.

I mean I'm surprised he’s even left throughout the fall. So, just awful and terrible. And then, you heard the screams and call 911 and then the crash. It's just awful for that. I mean I'm surprised if he's even OK. Ambulances were called to the Foxwoods Theatre at about 10:45 PM on Monday night. And Tierney was taken to Bellevue Hospital. Police said he suffered only minor injuries. Other reports suggested that he had broken ribs and internal bleeding. It's the fourth accident since previews began last month. And the 65-million-dollar show's official opening night has already been pushed back twice. It's a terrible start for Broadway's most expensive production ever. But the old saying about publicity appears to be holding true.  

The same thing it went out here.
What's that?

That.. someone fell off the stage about 30 feet and got hurt and broke his back or something.

The guy makes you want to see the show more or less?

More, without doubt.

Why? Just because I didn’t hear the show until I heard there’s one fell off there.

With running costs of one million dollars a week, "Spider-man: turn off the dark" needs all the help it can get. The musical have to sell out virtually every performance for several years just to break even which makes this a high risk show in more ways than one.


**  Sky News.
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[Homework]2011-01-02 蜘蛛侠也失手

It is the final scene of spiderman turn off the dark,as this amatuer footage  shows the audiences have been drew to some impressive stunts, and rousing music composed by members of U2,and then ,this happens.watch again,keeping your eyes on the rope,as the  stunt double playing spiderman drives towards the audience,it appears to snap.The performer, @@@ fell 30feet into the orchestral pit.a horroring sight for the audience.
I mean i am surprised see and listen through the fall ,so ,just awful and terrible ,and then ,you heared scrams and call 911,the  crush which is aweful that ,I mean i am surprised to see if he is  ok. oh,well,here we go
ambulance was called at Fockwood  theatre at about 10:45pm  Monday night. and @@was taken to @@ hospital.police said he suffers only minor injuries.other reports suggestted that he had broken ribs and internal bleeding.
It is the fourth accident  since previous began last month. and 65 million dollars shows official opening night has already being pushed back twice.It is a terrible start for @@ ,most expensive production ever.but the old saying about publicity appears to be holding true.
something we have  heard what is that?that some one fell off the stage about 30feet, and got hurt and broke his spinal something.
is that you make,you want to show more or less.more,with out doubt.why?just because i never heard  the show until i hear that someone fell off there.
with running cost of 1million dollars a week ,spideman turn off the dark needs all the help they can get,the musical will have to  sell out    virtually every performance for several years just to break even,which make this   high risk   show in more ways than one

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It’s the final scene of the Spiderman Turn Off the Dark , as this amateur footage shows , the audience had been treated with some impressive stunts and rousing music composed by members of U2 , and then this happened , watched it again , keeping your eyes on the rope , as the stunt double playing Spiderman dives towards the audience , it appeared to snap , the performer Christopher Tierney fell 30 feet into the orchestra pit , a hovering sight for the audience
I mean I was surprise even I’ve through it , the fall was so just awful , terrible then you heard the scream , and then the call 911 , then the crush , just awful of that , I mean I’m surprise even it was OK
Oh , well , here he come
Ambulance was called to the Fox Woods theater at about 10:45 PM on Monday night and Tierney was taken to Bellevue Hospital , police said he suffered only minor injury , other reports suggests that he had broken ribs and internal bleeding , it’s the fourth accident since the preview last month , and the 65 million dollars show’s official opening night has already been pushed back twice , it’s a terrible start for Broadway’s most expensive production ever , but the old saying about publicity appears to be holding true
Something anyone else heard
What is that
That someone fell off the stage about 30 feet , and got hurt , and broke his spine or something
Is that make want to see the show more or less
More without a doubt
Why
Just because I never heard the show until I heard someone fell off it
With running cost of one million dollars a week , Spiderman Turn Off the Dark needs all the help it can get , the musical will have sell out virtually every performance for several years just to break even , which makes this a high risk show in more ways than one
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It's the final scene of the Spiderman Turn Off the Dark. As this amateur footage shows, the audience has been treated to some impressive stunts, and arousing music composed by members of YouTube. And then, this happened. Watch again, keep your eyes on the rope, as the stunt double playing Spiderman dives toward the audience, it appears to snap. The performer, Christian Vetinee, fell 30 feet into the orchestra pit. A heroine sight for the audience.

“I mean I'm surprised he even lives through the fall, so just awful, and terrible. And then you heard the screams, and the call 911, and then the crush, it is just awful of that. I mean I'm surprised to see he’s even OK.”

"Oh, well, here he comes."

Ambulances were called to the Foxwoods Theater at about 10:45 pm on Monday night, and Vetinee was taken to Bellville hospital. Police said he suffered only minor injuries, other reports suggested that he had broken ribs and internal bleeding.

It's the fourth accident since preview began last month, and the 65-million-dollar shows’ official opening night has already been pushed back twice. It's a terrible start for Broadway’s most expensive production ever. But the old saying about publicity appears to be holding true.
"Same thing I went elsewhere."
"What was that?"
"That someone fell off the stage, about 30 feet, and got hurt, and broke his spine or something."
"Does that make you want to see the show more or less?"
"More, without a doubt."
"Why?"
"Just ‘cause, I didn't hear of the show until I heard that someone fell off."

With running costs of one million dollars a week, Spiderman Turn Off the Dark needs all the help they can get. The musical would have to sell out virtually every performance for several years just to break even, which makes this a high-risk show in more ways than one.
SK, SkyNews.
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本帖最后由 v.vbaby 于 2011-1-5 16:25 编辑

its the final scene of the spider man turn off the dark.as this amateur footage shows, the audiences have been treated to some impressive stunts,and musical is composed by the members of U2.
and then this happened.watch again,keeping your eyes on the rope,as the stunt double play, the spider man dived to the audience, it appeared to snap.the performer @ perttini fell 30 feet off the stage,a horr@ sight for the audience.
i mean, i am surprised,even living through the fall,just awful and terrible.you heard the scream and called 911,and crashs which is awful that.i mean i m surprised he is even ok.
ambulance was called to the theater at about 10:45pm,monday morning.and t@ was taking to the @hospital.police said he is only suffered minor injuries,other reports suggested that he had broken ribs and internal bleeding.
its the 4th accident since the precious began last month,and the 65 million dollars show that the official opening night have already been pushed back twice.its the terrible start for the most expensive broadways production ever.but the publicity appear to be holding the truth.
someone fell off the stage about 30 feet and hurt,broken @or something.
does that make you want to see the show more or less,
more.without debt.
why.
just cuz i didnt hear the show until i heard someone fell off it.
with running cost of 1 million dollars a week,spiderman turning off the dark need all the help it can get.the musical have to set out virtually every performance every year just to break even make it a high risk show in more ways than one


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It's the final scene of spiderman turn off the dark. As this amateur footage shows, the audience has been treated to some impressive stunts and arousing music composed by members of U2. And then, this happened.
Watch again, keeping your eyes on the rope. As the stunt double playing spiderman dives towards the audience, it appears to snap. The performer, Christopher Tierney, fell 30 feet into the orchestra pit, a heroin sight for the audience.
I mean I am surprised even lived through at the fall, so just awful and terrible,and then you heard the screams then called 911 then was the crash which is awfull that I mean I am surprised is even OK.
Ambulance is * called to the Foxwoods Theater at about 10:45 PM on Monday night, and Tierney was taken to Bellevue Hospital. Police said he suffered only minor injuries. Other reports suggested that he had broken ribs and internal bleeding.
It's the fourth accident since previews began last month, and the 65 million-dollar show's official opening night has already been pushed back twice.It's a terrible start for Broadway's most expensive production ever. But the old saying about publicity appears to be holding true.
----It seems there is someone else is hurt.
----What is that?
----That someone fell off the stage, about 30 feet, and got hurt and broke his spine or something.
----** make you want to see the show more or less?
----More. Without a doubt.
----Why?
----Just cause I never heard of the show until I heard that someone fell off of it.  
With running costs of 1 million dollars a week, spiderman turn off the dark, needs all the help he can get. The musical will have to sell out virtually every performance for several years just to break even, which makes this a high risk show in more ways than one.
Surchica Wright, Sky News.

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It's the final scene of the Spiderman Turn Off the Dark. As this amateur footage shows, the audience has been treated to some impressive stunts, and arousing music composed by members of U2. And then, this happened. Watch again, keeping your eyes on the rope, as the stunt double playing Spiderman dives towards the audience, it appears to snap. The performer, Christian Vetinee, fell 30 feet into the orchestra pit. A heroine sight for the audience.

"I mean I'm surprised he even lives through it, the fall, so just awful, and terrible. And then you heard the screams, and the call 911, and then the crash, which is / awful of that. I mean I'm surprised to see he’s even OK."

"Oh, well, here he comes."

Ambulances were called to the Foxwoods Theater at about 10:45 pm on Monday night, and Vetinee was taken to Bellville hospital. Police said he suffered only minor injuries, other reports suggested that he had broken ribs and internal bleeding.

It's the fourth accident since previews began last month, and the 65-million-dollar shows’ official opening night has already been pushed back twice. It's a terrible start for Broadway’s most expensive production ever. But the old saying about publicity appears to be holding true.
"The same thing, it went elsewhere."
"What was that?"
"That someone fell off the stage, about 30 feet, and got hurt, and broke his spine or something."
"Does that make you want to see the show more or less?"
"More, without a doubt."
"Why?"
"Just ‘cause, I didn't hear of the show until I heard that someone fell off."

With running costs of one million dollars a week, Spiderman Turn Off the Dark needs all the help it can get. The musical would have to sell out virtually every performance for several years just to break even, which makes this a high-risk show in more ways than one.
SK, SkyNews.
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It’s the final scene of the Spiderman turn off the dark. As this amateur photo shows, the audience has been treated to some impressive stunts and arousing music composed by members of U2. And then, this happened. Watch again, keeping you eyes on the rope, as the stunt double playing Spiderman dives towards the audience, it appears to snap, the performer Christine Vertini fell 30 feet into the orchestra \\, a heroine sight for the audience.
I mean I was surprised that he lives through the fall so……just awful and terrible and you heard the screams and the call 911 and the crash which is awful of that. I mean I was surprised that he was even OK.
Ambulances ware called to the Foxwoods Theater at about 10:45 p.m. on Monday night. And \\ was taken to Billeve Hospital. Police said he suffered only minor injuries. Other reports suggested that he had broken rips and internal bleeding. It’s the fourth accident since preview began last month. And 650-million-dollar show’s official opening night has already been pushed back twice. It’s a terrible start for \\\’s most expensive production ever. But the old saying about publicity appears to be holding true.
\\\\\\\\\\ That……someone fells the stage, about 30 feet, and got hurt, and broke his spine or something.
Dos that make you want to see the show more or less?
More, without doubt.
Why?
Just because I really heard the show until I heard someone fall off the stage.
With running costs of one million dollars a week, Spiderman turn off the dark needs all the help that he can get. The musical would have to sell out virtually every performance for several years just to break even, which makes this a high-risk show in move ways than one.
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