[Broadway Grosses w/e 10/2/2022] Happy Trails, Come From Away!

Last week, we said happy trails to Come From Away, which rose on the grosses chart in its final week.

We also welcomed The Piano Lesson to Broadway as they began previews last week as well.

The top 10 grossing shows from the week ending in 10/2/22 include The Music Man, Hamilton, MJ The Musical, Funny Girl, The Lion King, The Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, Moulin Rouge! The Musical, Harry Potter and The Cursed Child, Aladdin.

See some quick data points below.

Number of Shows on Broadway: 25
Previous Week: 24

Total Gross: $25,208,582.92
Previous Week: $26,367,420.84

Total Attendance: 209,668
Previous Week: 214,085

Average Capacity: 9,608 (86.40%)
Previous Week: 9,638 (91.47%)

Average Paid Admission: $113.29
Previous Week: $118.46

Check out the individual show grosses for the week ending in October 2, 2022.


COME FROM AWAY closed 10/2. 

LEOPOLDSTADT opened at the Longacre 10/2. 

COST OF LIVING is in previews at the Friedman and opens 10/3. 

1776 is in previews at the American Airlines and opens 10/6. 

DEATH OF A SALESMAN is in previews at the Hudson and opens 10/9. 

THE PIANO LESSON is in previews at the Barrymore and opens 10/13. 

TOPDOG/UNDERDOG began previews at the Golden and opens 10/20. 

Please note Rosh Hashanah fell within this week.


Thanks to the Broadway League for sharing this data.


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