Troubles continue for "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," as the show announced Thursday it's pushing back its opening yet again.
The premiere is now scheduled for March 15.
Producers say the latest delay is to allow more time to fine-tune the show, including the ending.
In addition, scheduled performances on Tuesday, January 18 and Tuesday, January 25 have been cancelled.
It's just the latest set back for the much troubled show, whose opening has already been delayed several times.
Last month, the show's lead aerialist sustained major injuries after falling 30 feet during a performance.
One of the show's lead actresses also secured a buyout to leave the production after sustaining a concussion during a performance.