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'Spider-Man' Cast Performs Song on Letterman

Last night on The Late Show with David Letterman, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark cast members Reeve Carney, T.V. Carpio, and Jennifer Damiano performed the Act I song "Rise Above," written for the Broadway musical by Bono and the Edge. 

Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark is scheduled to open March 15 -- after multiple delays -- at the Foxwoods Theatre on Broadway, but that date may again be postponed until June so that the creative team can continue to make changes and work out the kinks in the production.

At this point, we don't expect this show to ever officially open. But one question remains: Where can we buy Reeve Carney's awesome Spider-Man costume button-down?

Carney, Carpio, and Damiano also visited CBS' The Early Show yesterday morning, before their Letterman performance, to defend the troubled show:

-- Daniel Lehman

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