[Broadway Grosses w/ 3/26/2023] Spring has sprung on Broadway

The top 10 grossing shows from the week ending in 3/26/2023 include The Phantom of the Opera, The Lion King, Hamilton, Wicked, MJ The Musical, Funny Girl, Moulin Rouge! The Musical, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, and Aladdin.

See some quick data points below.

Number of Shows on Broadway: 31
Previous Week: 29

Total Gross: $32,656,199.84
Previous Week: $34,124,422.28

Total Attendance: 259,758
Previous Week: 259,832

Average Capacity: 9,004 (92.69%)
Previous Week: 9,420 (94.46%)

Average Paid Admission: $118.04
Previous Week: $124.86

Check out the individual show grosses for the week ending in March 26, 2023.


  • BAD CINDERELLA opened at the Imperial on 3/23. 
  • SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET opened at the Lunt-Fontanne on 3/26. 
  • LIFE OF PI is in previews at the Schoenfeld and opens on 3/30. 
  • SHUCKED is in previews at the Nederlander and opens on 4/4. 
  • FAT HAM began previews at the American Airlines and opens on 4/12. 
  • CAMELOT is in previews at the Beaumont and opens on 4/13. 
  • PETER PAN GOES WRONG is in previews at the Barrymore and opens on 4/19. 
  • THE THANKSGIVING PLAY began previews at the Hayes and opens on 4/20. 
  • NEW YORK, NEW YORK began previews at the St. James and opens on 4/26. 
  • PICTURES FROM HOME now has a 7-performance/week schedule. 
  • 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. 
  • Kids’ Night on Broadway took place, with 21 participating shows.


Thanks to the Broadway League for sharing this data.


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