Sunday's performance of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" was the last show until a new version of the troubled musical debuts on May 12.
The cast and crew got a standing ovation Sunday and great reviews from the audience.
"It was amazing. It totally took my words away. It was more than I was expecting. I heard a lot of bad reviews and then some amazing reviews, so I had to see it for myself. It was an experience definitely," audience member Dejuana Lewis said.
But it was the less than great reviews from critics and all the accidents and delays which finally sent Spider-man into a tailspin.
The show now goes into a manic three week hiatus where a new director will tweak and twist.
New songs will be added and the storyline massaged.
It is hoped all these changes will give Spider-man the depth and heart critics felt were lacking.
So the next time the curtain opens, the geek chorus will be gone and other revisions will be in place.
The question on Broadway: will the facelift be enough to save Peter Parker?