Spotted Pup Productions, which ran a staging of Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog last year, is back with a new musical project: The Spidey Project! Founded in 2011 by Noa Saunders, the production company is designed to “create opportunities for young artists, produce high quality shows, and build connections with the community.”
The Spidey project “is an unauthorized musical parody created in the wake of the extended preview performances of Spider Man: Turn Off the Dark, which was criticized for its excessive delays, bloating budget, and cast injuries.”
Spotted Pup is also delighted to announce THE SPIDEY PROJECT marks Nate Venet’s directorial debut. The show consists of a cast of seven local high school and college students and a live band. Saunders says, “Nate and the cast have been incredible, working so hard on every aspect of the production. I’m also very lucky to have fantastic support from many adults, including our sponsors: John Canning and PCC, Bill Reed Voice Studio, Tanya Lee Stone, Associates in Orthodontics, and Northfield Savings Bank. I could not do this without the support of so many people!”
The play will begin on at the Main Street Landing Black Box Theater on December 12th with two shows at 7 and 9pm, with additional shows on Saturday, December 13th at 7 pm and 9 pm, and Sunday, December 14th at 6 pm. Tickets are free, but reservations are encouraged. Donations will be accepted for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in Vermont.
Reserve your tickets here.