Broadway’s Spider-Man musical is about to go down the toilet. The two biggest blows of late would be that of the injured Christopher Tierney, and now the lead actress has quit.
Natalie Mendoza got whacked in the head by a heavy rope while performing on the first preview night of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," where she was playing the part of villainess Arachne. She actually suffered a concussion and fell ill. That was one heavy duty rope!
I have to wonder if there is more to it than that, though. She just quit. That’s a slap in the face to all of her cast mates and crew. I wonder what made her really walk away. Could the rope have been that powerful?