Bono the fixer? With numerous accidents and technical issues marring the preview run of the 'Spider-Man' musical, one of the show's creative minds has swooped into New York City to make his honest assessment. The famed U2 rocker finally got to see the $65 million production live on stage Tuesday night with bandmate The Edge, The New York Times reports.

While Bono was supposed to see 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark' in mid-November, scheduling complications with tour dates pushed his preview up until recently. While the normally loquacious singer hasn't shared his thoughts on the show, according to witnesses, he and Edge appeared cheery and upbeat the entire time.

Bono's main concern going into the project, however, was that the play not just be a visual light show, but something of heart and substance.