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A New Choreographer for 'Spider-Man'

Daniel ezralow Chase Brock will replace Daniel Ezralow as the choreographer for the Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," two sources tell Bloomberg News. Producers of the critically-blasted show recently fired director Julie Taymor and have added new creative members in an effort to revise the production. Ezralow, a former principal with the Paul Taylor Dance Company, worked with Taymor for years and created the musical's lauded aerial battles. In past, he has staged shows for David Bowie and U2. Ezralow's expected replacement is Chase Brock, a Brooklyn choreographer. Brock danced on Broadway as a teenager in the 2000 revival of "The Music Man" and in February choreographed the City Center "Encores!" revival of "Lost in the Stars."

Pictured: Daniel Ezralow (Photo: Getty Images)

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