There was so much chaos at Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark that it was hard to give an honest assessment of the show’s worth. I’m not talking about the now-infamous musical, but the audience attending. About fifty people strolled in after-curtain, keeping whatever was happening onstage hidden by seat-clamoring tourists. More havoc stirred when the couple behind me decided to have an open discussion about their shopping bags and how best to store them. I suggested they put them over their heads to muffle their obnoxious voices.