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Luckily, it's not an injury or legal woes that's giving Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark headlines now.   The Broadway musical has announced that they will be performing their first-ever autism-friendly production starting this spring—with tickets going on sale Thursday—which will provide a slightly altered performance that cuts harsh sounds and strobe lights that might bother someone with the disorder. Autism experts will also be staffing quiet areas with beanbag chairs and coloring books inside the theater for those who might feel overwhelmed. Spider-Man will join other popular shows that have taken this route, including Disney's The Lion King in October 2011, »

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