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Broadway Box Office Continues Summer Climb With $34M Weekly Gross – Deadline

Broadway continued its post-Tony shine last week, with 32 productions grossing $34,004,232, up about 3% from last week and up 10% over the same week last season. In total, attendance for the week ending June 25 was 270,206, up 4% from the previous week and up 18% from last year.

This year’s Tony winners continue to make a strong impact at the box office, with Best Musical Kimberly Akimbo posting best earnings ever: $736,319, a jump of $40,914 over last week; 98% seats were filled in Booth. The best game Leopoldstadt had its strongest week of the month, filling 95% of Longacre’s seats for a whopping gross of $1,130,746.

Other sold out shows, or coming very close, were & Julieta (with its best week at $1,401,919), Fat Ham, Hadestown, Hamilton, MJ, Parade, Prima Facie, Sweeney Todd, The Book of Mormon AND Wicked. Shows that were played to at least 90% capacity. Aladdin, Harry Potter & The Cursed Child, Moulin Rouge, Shucked, Six AND Lion King.

Also the 90%+ hit was Once upon a time, The Britney Spears hit musical grossed $701,425 opening week at the Marquis.

They were in the previews This is where love lies, the David Byrne-Fatboy Slim musical on Broadway, grossing $642,151 in seven previews and filling 84% of seats; AND Just For UsAlex Edelman’s Hudson solo show taking in $169,207 for four previews, 88% capacity attendance. Just For Us opened to great reviews this week, which should be reflected in next week’s box office figures.

At the bottom of the attendance number, A beautiful noise was at 69% of capacity; Gray house in 59%; AND Life of Pi in 73%.

Season to date, Broadway has grossed $162,137,962 with a total attendance of 1,325,542 at 87% capacity.

All figures courtesy of The Broadway League. For complete listings of cashiers, visit the League’s website.

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