How awesome does this Penn alum’s $60M Spiderman Broadway Show look?! (VIDEO)

Spiderman and Broadway and UPenn

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Spiderman and Broadway and UPenn

Because of some onset injuries, the show’s opening is now being pushed back and last night on “60 Minutes” Lesley Stahl got the first look at the rehearsal and production of this most ambitious and expensive musical ever brought to a Broadway stage.

Check out the “60 Minutes” segment after the jump!  Looks and sounds amazing!  Can’t wait to see this show!

Get your tickets to the new Spiderman show HERE

Incidentally, Glen isn’t the only Penn alum to be involved in a Spiderman production.  Remember THIS alum’s affiliation?

And on a related “spiderman/superhero” note, we also know how undergrads love:



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