The musical has been plagued by several problems. The production of the Broadway musical inspired by the Spider-Man, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, is facing another lawsuit, this time the double super hero. According to the website Contact Music, Kobak Richard claims to have suffered several injuries, including concussions, herniated discs and knee problems.
Kobak is the show since 2010, when he came to replace the previous stand, well away by injuries. In the process, he claims that the equipment used in aerobatics is not properly adjusted and that in April last year, the program control of the movement launched against the wall. Rick Miramontez, spokesman for the production, said in a statement that "the producers have no comment on the matter, except that Mr. Kobak is also currently on tour with the musical American Idiot." Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark features music by Bono and The Edge from U2. The musical has been plagued by problems such as accidents, delays and rising costs. Producers were also sued by former director of the show, Julie Taymor, who said he had been fired before paying their rights.