|Day-Breaker: Sassy as all get out|
There has been a maelstrom of rumors, delays, injuries and unbridled creativity swirling around the production of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. And with each new writer spat, bone break, and opening delay, our anticipation level of the most Crap-tacular musical of all time has risen (like the tide during a maelstrom, if you want to continue the analogy). So, when Guest Blogger Day-Breaker had a chance to attend said musical, we here at Tableau Your Mind couldn’t pass up the opportunity to ask her how it went. Here, without editing or restraint, is her review:
So, my take on Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark. Well, the first act is an hour and ten minutes, and at the end I swear it felt like two and a half hours. The music is terrible. The story is all over the place. It’s bad. It’s really bad - unbelievably bad. I mean, I knew it would be bad, but I thought it would be fun bad. But it’s just BAD. It should have been called Spider-Man: Turn Off Your Hearing Aid. There were no injuries, though.
|Hipster Baby's take on the whole thing|
She didn’t grade the musical, but we’re guessing she’d give it a B?