^ from the Batman Live arena tour in 2012. The show you saw on Broadway will most likely not be the show you see on tour (in terms of set design and what not). I'm sure the show's special effects and flying will be custom built for arenas and as someone mentioned earlier in this thread, an arena tour should've been the plan all along. I can see it doing week long engagements in each venue. Lots of high tech shows tour easily (including Cirque, Ringling, Marvel Universe Live, Batman Live, etc.) and I'm sure the flying effects will be x10 what they were on Broadway. I think if they really utilize the space and cater the show to being an arena spectacular, it can be highly successful and would do very very well. But, if they're just trying to put the show on stage in an arena (ala Jesus Christ Superstar) I don't see it being as successful.
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