Broadway Cast of Spider-Man Defend the Troubled Musical
Cast members of Broadway's Spider-Man speak out and say they're not in fear of their safety in the troubled musical. INSIDE EDITION has the scoop.
"We're not afraid."
That's what the cast of the troubled Broadway show Spider-Man - Turn Off the Dark are saying today.
Speaking out on Good Morning America, actor Chris Tierney, who plunged 30 feet from the stage, fracturing his skull, ribs and vertebrae, says he's looking forward to returning to the work.
"I feel great. I feel fantastic. The moment I feel I'm good, I'm back in the show. I can't wait," said Tierney.
Jennifer Domiano plays Mary Jane, the part made famous by Kirsten Dunst in the Spider-Man movies. She was on stage when Chris Tierney fell.
"I just tried to stay as calm as possible. I was happy to know it was Chris because he's the strongest dude I've ever met," said Domiano.
And the newest member of the Spider-Man cast is T.V. Carpio. She's replacing actress Natalie Mendoza who quit out of safety concerns after suffering a head concussion. Carpio seems pretty confident that she won't suffer the same fate, saying, "I don't have any fear in terms of safety. No, no."
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