Look out! Here comes...yet another bummer for Spidey!

A third cast member in the beleaguered Broadway musical 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark' has been injured on the job. In recent weeks, a dancer broke his wrists attempting a flying stunt in rehearsal, and a different actor sustained injuries to his feet trying the same stunt.

Now, a spokesman for Natalie Mendoza, who plays villainess Arachne, has announced that the actress suffered a concussion during the production's first preview on Sunday, which was a Broadway audience's first look at director Julie Taymor's highly anticipated theatrics (with a score by U2's Bono and The Edge) in action. Mendoza did not immediately report the injury to producers or the actors' union, and she participated in the next performance against doctors' orders.

The incident reportedly occurred offstage when the actress was struck by a rope that was holding a piece of equipment, according to the New York Times. An understudy will step in until Mendoza, 30, returns to her role next week.