[Broadway Grosses w/e 6/12/2022]A Round of Applause
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For the week ending June 12th, 31 Broadway shows brought in a total of $31,588,946.55 (previous week $29,555,352.41). Capacity also increased last week (from 80.70% previous week to 83.54% week ending 6/12).
Could this be due to out-of-town celebrities, presenters, and special guests in New York for the Tony Awards?
We said happy trails to two shows this week: How I Learned To Drive and Take Me Out.
Check out the individual show grosses for the week ending in June 12, 2022.
|A STRANGE LOOP||$676,315.50||6,249||6,384||97.89%|
|COME FROM AWAY||$592,763.50||6,425||8,368||76.78%|
|DEAR EVAN HANSEN||$587,266.80||6,193||7,872||78.67%|
|GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY||$274,733.50||3,582||5,586||64.12%|
|HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD||$1,481,217.40||12,003||12,976||92.50%|
|HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE||$288,289.00||4,054||4,459||90.92%|
|MJ THE MUSICAL||$1,444,056.60||10,666||11,096||96.12%|
|MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL||$1,235,273.70||10,111||10,400||97.22%|
|MR. SATURDAY NIGHT||$848,030.00||6,468||8,316||77.78%|
|POTUS: OR, BEHIND EVERY GREAT DUMBASS ARE SEVEN WOMEN TRYING TO KEEP HIM ALIVE||$478,971.75||5,899||11,608||50.82%|
|TAKE ME OUT||$717,419.65||4,630||4,648||99.61%|
|THE BOOK OF MORMON||$1,003,363.50||8,060||8,528||94.51%|
|THE LION KING||$1,951,072.00||13,374||13,568||98.57%|
|THE MUSIC MAN||$3,411,384.96||12,267||12,200||100.55%|
|THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA||$965,649.70||10,363||12,840||80.71%|
|TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL||$931,804.00||7,857||11,824||66.45%|
SATURDAY NIGHT resumed performances after a scheduled hiatus.
TAKE ME OUT closed 6/11.
HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE closed 6/12.
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