Spider-Man Musical 2014 News and Updates
Like many of the greatest musicals being performed this year, Spider-Man is on a pretty tight schedule, with shows available just about every night of the week, including Mondays. Unlike other musicals, however, Spider-Man won’t be touring. Instead, this performance will enjoy a nice, long run at the Foxwoods Theatre
in New York City. Dates are booked until January of 2014.
Although the musical will be confined to the same venue, prices do vary. Closer dates have orchestra seating priced at $83 to $118. The second weekend in September, tickets start at $94 for all three shows. Mid-October pricing is currently $102 for the same seating. November pricing is nearly identical. December Spider-Man tickets are also starting at $103, which is pretty great given that it is the big holiday month. (There will be no show on Christmas Day, but there is one Christmas Eve.) The spike in pricing actually comes during the days immediately after Christmas and also during the January dates.
There are six Spider-Man dates in January, spread out over four days (Jan. 1-4). Orchestra seating is priced at $199 for all six shows. Due to the layout at Foxwoods, the only other large section of seating available besides orchestra is the balcony. Balcony seats for the January dates are priced at $142. Most December dates are going for the same rate. Balcony seating in November is between $118 and $142. Balcony seating for just about all other dates is priced at $118. Basically all seating starts out cheaper during the early months of the show and steadily rises through the holidays. Buy your Spider-Man tickets soon or risk a larger bump in pricing!
, titled Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark, initially ran as a series of previews and debuted on Broadway four years ago. The musical is based on the 2002 film with music written by U2’s Bono and The Edge.