By Michael Gioia
03 Aug 2012
According to the British Daily Mail, Cohl and Harris visited the London Palladium and the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, among others, but came to find that Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark, the multi-million-dollar musical at Broadway's Foxwoods Theatre, is too big for the London stage.
Rick Miramontez, a spokesperson for the production, told Playbill.com, "Michael Cohl and Jeremiah Harris would like to mount a production in London, but there simply isn't a theatre that can handle the size of Spider-Man. They remain optimistic that something can work out at some point."
Also producing the Broadway musical are Land Line Productions, Hello Entertainment/David Garfinkle/Tony Adams, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Norton Herrick and Herrick Entertainment, Billy Rovzar & Fernando Rovzar, Stephen Bronfman, Jeffrey B. Hecktman, Omneity Entertainment/Richard G. Weinberg, James L. Nederlander, Terry Allen Kramer, S2BN Entertainment, Jam Theatricals, The Mayerson/Gould/Hauser/Tysoe Group, Patricia Lambrecht, and Paul McGuinness, by arrangement with Marvel Entertainment.