According to Bloomberg, inside sources attached to the show have confirmed that Chase Brock is being lined up as Ezralow's successor.
Earlier this month, director Julie Taymor departed the $65 million (£41.6m) musical. following scathing reviews. Ezralow is said to be loyal to the helmer, having previously collaborated with her on the movie Across the Universe and the Broadway show The Green Bird.
Turn Off the Dark has been nine years in the making, having suffered multiple setbacks. Budget issues, on-set injuries and bad press have forced organisers to postpone its opening multiple times. It is now slated to debut this summer.
Philip William McKinley has since joined the production as Taymor's replacement and comic book writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa was been hired to rework its story.
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark opens to the public on June 14.