Friday, December 16, 2011

Broadway Box Office Top Ten: 12.05 - 12.11.11

The Broadway Box Office Top Ten 
for the 28th week of the 2011 - 2012 season 
(December 5 - 11; 33 productions):

#7: Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark

1. Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway (Concert) Broadhurst Theatre (1)
2. The Book of Mormon (Musical) Eugene O'Neill Theatre (2)
3. Disney's The Lion King (Musical) Minskoff Theatre (3)
4. Wicked (Musical) Gershwin Theatre (4) 
5. War Horse (Play) Vivian Beaumont Theatre (4)
6. Jersey Boys (Musical) August Wilson Theatre (6)
7. Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark (Musical) The Foxwoods Theatre (10)
8. Other Desert Cities (Play) Booth Theatre (7)
9. Anything Goes (Musical Revival) Stephen Sondheim Theatre (9)
10. How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Musical Revival) Al Hirschfeld Theatre (-)

(-) - Last week's position in the Broadway Top Ten

Private Lives will close December 31, 2011

  • Biggest Increase in Attendance: Mary Poppins (+13.0%)
  • Biggest Decrease in Attendance: Private Lives (-11.1%)
  • Biggest Increase in Gross Receipts: Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark  (+$134,795)
  • Biggest Decrease in Gross Receipts: On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (-$152,406)
  • Highest Average Paid Admission: Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway ($160.79)
  • Lowest Average Paid Admission: Lysistrata Jones ($19.90)

#5: War Horse

  • SRO Shows: The Book of Mormon, Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway, The Lion King, War Horse
  • $1M Club: The Lion King, Wicked, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, Hugh Jackman: Back on Broadway, The Book of Mormon, Jersey Boys, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

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