The $75 million (£46m) Broadway musical generated revenue of $1.7 million (£1.06m) in ticket sales over the last week, The AP reports.
According to the show's producers, Turn Off the Dark needed to raise $1.2 million (£750,000) in order to stay viable. Its commercial performance made it the week's third most popular musical, behind Wicked and The Lion King.
The show endured a troubled development cycle, marred by budget issues, cast injuries and scathing reviews. Director Julie Taymor left the production in March and a radical overhaul followed.
Taymor was replaced by Philip William McKinley and the show closed its doors for several months while the script was reworked. It finally opened to the public on June 14.
Tickets for Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark are available to purchase until October.