May we present Peter, Who? - the critically acclaimed parody formerly known as THE SPIDEY PROJECT. Peter, Who? started in the wake of the extended preview performances of a major Broadway musical featuring everyone's favorite spider-based superhero, fabled for its excessive delays, bloating budget, and cast injuries.
After joking online about “how important is $65 million in making good theatre?” comedian and playwright Justin Moran stated his goal of creating a fully-realized web-slinging musical for $0 in under 30 days. Did this musical open exactly one day before the (at the time) scheduled opening of the Broadway show, making it the first arachnid-centered musical to officially open in New York City? Yes. Yes, it did. Was that intentional? Yes. Yes, it was.
Our lawyer needs you to know this fancy phrase: Peter, Who? is not authorized, sanctioned, licensed or endorsed by Marvel Entertainment, LLC or the Walt Disney Company.
But also...parody isn't copyright infringement, people.
MTV.com heralded Peter, Who? as "the Spider-Man musical fans deserve!"