[Broadway Grosses w/e 6/19/2022] A strange [grosses] loop

For the week ending June 16th, 29 Broadway shows brought in a total of $29,523,307.40 (-$263,644,128 difference from the previous week). See some quick data points below.

Number of Shows on Broadway: 29
Previous Week: 31

Total Gross: $29,523,307.40
Previous Week: $31,588,946.55

Total Attendance: 232,447
Previous Week: 240,564

Average Capacity: 9,565 (82.81%)
Previous Week: 9,176 (83.54%)

Average Paid Admission: $122.09
Previous Week: $123.07

We said happy trails to two shows this week: Hangmen and Girl From The North Country.

Check out the individual show grosses for the week ending in June 19, 2022.

HANGMEN closed 6/18.
WICKED: There were two capacities 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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