[Broadway Grosses w/ 3/12/2023] Springtime on Broadway

The top 10 grossing shows from the week ending in 3/12/2023 include The Phantom of the Opera, Hamilton, Funny Girl, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Wicked, The Lion King, MJ The Musical, Moulin Rouge! The Musical, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, and Aladdin.

See some quick data points below.

Number of Shows on Broadway: 27
Previous Week: 24

Total Gross: $28,638,820.97
Previous Week: $25,163,053.76

Total Attendance: 229,771
Previous Week: 202,944

Average Capacity: 9,218 (91.95%)
Previous Week: 9,581 (87.75%)

Average Paid Admission: $118.64
Previous Week: $120.36

Check out the individual show grosses for the week ending in March 12, 2023.


  • A DOLL’S HOUSE opened at the Hudson on 3/9. 
  • PARADE is in previews at the Jacobs and opens on 3/16. One performance (Sat. 3/11 eve.) was cancelled. 
  • BOB FOSSE’S DANCIN’ is in previews at the Music Box and opens on 3/19. 
  • BAD CINDERELLA is in previews at the Imperial and opens on 3/23. 
  • SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET is in previews at the Lunt-Fontanne and opens on 3/26. 
  • LIFE OF PI began previews at the Schoenfeld and opens on 3/30. 
  • SHUCKED began previews at the Nederlander and opens on 4/4. 
  • CAMELOT began previews at the Beaumont and opens on 4/13. 
  • There were two capacities for WICKED at the Gershwin Theatre this week. Four performances had 1,807 seats and four performances had 1,926 seats, for a total capacity of 14,932. As this report cannot accommodate both capacities, the figure 1,867 was used.


Thanks to the Broadway League for sharing this data.


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