Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark has been plagued by technical issues and delays since its inception, most notably when Christopher Tierney fell 20 feet during one of the show's stunts, suffering severe injuries.
Three injuries have also occurred since work on the production began, including two performers being injured during stunt rehearsals, and actress Natalie Mendoza suffering a concussion backstage and subsequently leaving the show.
According to the New York Times, an anonymous state official confirmed that the show's producers had been issued with the safety violations, and would be required to continue following protocols that were implemented in December 2010 following Tierney's accident.
The production is believed to be the most expensive musical ever, costing $65 million, although early critical reviews of the show have been generally negative.
Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark is expected to officially open on March 15.