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  • George Tsypin's sets, Kyle Cooper's digital projections and Eiko Ishioka's costumes have been melded into an exquisitely exact stage equivalent of the sharp-angled, high-contrast drawing style of the Marvel comic books in which Peter Parker and his web-spinning alter ego first came to fictional life.”

    Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal
  • The projections in the second act are dazzlingly created thanks to projection designer Kyle Cooper.”

    northjersey.com
  • Visually speaking, the show bears Taymor’s outlandish stamp, carried out through the characters’ masks, George Tsypin’s boldly graphic sets and Eiko Ishioka’s fantastical costumes...And anything involving skyscrapers looks fantastic, placing the characters against skewed, Cubist perspectives.”

    ELISABETH VINCENTELLI, The New York Post
  • The sets and costumes -- complete with large LCD screens and comic book pop-outs and styles -- are gorgeously crafted. The aerial acrobatics and visuals -- from the Goblin/Spidey fight scene to the Arachne tapestry weaving -- are aesthetically exciting.”

    Andrew, Reader Reviews, nytimes.com
  • Combined here are the production’s two unadulterated triumphs: aerial pyrotechnics and a seamless marriage of Marvel comic-book graphics and Manhattan art deco.”

    Brendan Lemon, The Financial Times
  • ...set designer George Tsypin’s three-dimensional cartoon world and Kyle Cooper’s souped-up video projections are intact and they're clever.”

    Broadway & Me
  • The aerial choreography by Daniel Ezralow can be thrilling, but some of the dancing seems perfunctory amid such impressive design; George Tsypin's sets, Kyle Cooper's projections, Eiko Ishioka's costumes, and Donald Holder's lighting often come together to great effect.”

    Howard Shapiro, The Philadelphia Inquirer
  • Spider-man is easily one of sthe most eye-popping spectacles ever to appear on the Broadway stage, and that is only partially due to the much-hyped aerial stunts. Fantastically complicated and flashy as they are, they are still aerial stunts largely as we have known them – visible wires and all. It’s Kyle Cooper’s projection design that truly steals the show, bringing fresh, welcome rock-show razzle-dazzle to the Broadway stage.”

    Jonathan Warman, gaysocialites.com
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