The stunt was performed without incident, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Rick Miramontez, a spokesperson for the musical, told USA Today that Tierney's flying was an "emotional and exciting moment for the cast and crew."
The actor, who suffered a skull fracture and cracked vertebrae, among other injuries, was given the okay by his doctors to return to rehearsals.
Lead producer Michael Cohl previously said, "His back's fine. They've taken the bolts and the nuts and everything out." Tierney, he said, hopes to be flying over audiences at the Foxwoods Theatre when the musical officially opens June 14.
When performances resume May 12, audiences can expect major changes to the book as well as new songs by Bono and The Edge.
It was previously announced that "due to the new schedule, director and co-book writer Julie Taymor will no longer continue in her day-to-day duties with the production." In an April 14 statement to the New York Times, Taymor's spokesperson said, "Julie feels that the early reviews that published before the show was ready to open sadly do not reflect the show that is closing this weekend. Most critics, in fact, will have never seen this latest version before they see one that greatly changes major threads of the story, choreography and songs."
The cast features Reeve Carney as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Next to Normal Tony nominee Jennifer Damiano as Mary Jane Watson, T.V. Carpio as Arachne and Broadway veteran Patrick Page as Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin.
Tickets are currently on sale through Oct. 2. Visit SpiderManOnBroadway.com.