Producers said they need another month to fine tune the show and a new ending. Once a show officially opens, it is considered frozen and no more tinkering is allowed.
This announcement was the latest setback in a series of delays, cast injuries and technical difficulties to beset the ambitious $65 million production.
Years in the making, "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" had financing woes before its first stunt was executed. Originally scheduled to open Dec. 21, the show was postponed to Jan. 11 and then to Feb. 7. Now it will be March 15.