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COMING UP ON BROADWAY:
Six - Opens: 3.12.20 The Minutes - Opens: 3.15.20 Company - Opens: 3.22.20 Diana - Opens: 3.26.20 The Lehman Trilogy - Opens: 3.31.20 Mrs. Doubtfire - Opens 4.5.20 American Buffalo - Previews: 3.24.20, Opens: 4.14.20 Sing Street - Previews: 3.26.20, Opens: 4.19.20 Take Me Out - Previews: 3.31.20, Opens: 4.23.20 MJ: The Musical - Previews: 3.8.21 American Utopia - Opens 9.18.20

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Thursday, July 19, 2012

Broadway Box Office: Week 7: 07.09 - 07.15.12

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Broadway Box Office
Week #7 of the 2012 - 2013 Season
July 9 - 15; 28 Productions




The week's two new entries, the new musical Bring It On and a return engagement of Fela! came in at opposite ends of the success ladder.  The cheerleading musical came in in the top half of the chart with the show pulling in over 95% attendance for just 4 previews.  Meanwhile, the other show came in at the very bottom in terms of average ticket price and percentage of gross potential, and very near the bottom in terms of attendance percentage.  Once continues to bask in the glow of its Tony win, cracking the top 3.  The biggest winner of the week was Evita which not only made up for last week, but did better that the week before last.  Seems a lot of folks really want to see Ricky Martin.  The two biggest losers were Gore Vidal's The Best Man, which had several high profile cast changes, and The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess, which plummeted, despite the return of Tony winner Audra McDonald.  Broadway will, it turns out, have one less week with Catfish Row on the boards, with the new closing date of September 23 now posted.  Perennial hits Spider-Man:Turn Off the Dark, Wicked, The Lion King and The Book of Mormon continue to be very strong, with The Lion King going over the $2M mark, and The Book of Mormon setting a house record at the Eugene O'Neill for the 38th time!  Hello!

RANK
THIS
WEEK
SHOW TITLESHOW
TYPE
THEATRERANK
LAST
WEEK
UP/
DOWN
1The Book of MormonMusicalEugene O'Neill1Same
2Disney's The Lion KingMusicalMinskoff2Same
3Once MusicalBernard B. Jacobs 4+1
4WickedMusicalGershwin4Same
5 tieDisney's Newsies: The MusicalMusicalNederlander3-2
5 tieSpider-Man: Turn Off the Dark Musical Foxwoods6+1
7Rock of AgesMusicalHelen Hayes7Same
8Jersey BoysMusicalAugust Wilson7-1
9EvitaMusical RevivalMarquis26+17
10ChicagoMusical RevivalAmbassador15+5
11One Man, Two GuvnorsPlayMusic Box13+2
12HarveyPlay RevivalStudio 54 9-3
13Bring It On: The MusicalMusicalSt. James-+16
14 Disney's Mary PoppinsMusicalNew Amsterdam12-2
15 tieNice Work If You Can Get ItMusicalImperial18+3
15 tieMamma MiaMusicalWinter Garden10-5
17The Phantom of the OperaMusical Majestic11-6
18Peter and the StarcatcherPlayBrooks Atkinson17-1
19 tieWar HorsePlayVivian Beaumont16-3
19 tieClybourne ParkPlayWalter Kerr20+1
21Gore Vidal's The Best ManPlay RevivalGerald Schoenfeld14-7
22 tieSister ActMusicalBroadway22Same
22 tieA Streetcar Named DesirePlay RevivalBroadhurst27+5
24MemphisMusicalShubert24Same
25The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess
Musical
Revival
Richard Rodgers18-7
26Ghost: The MusicalMusicalLunt-Fontanne23-3
27 tie Fela!Musical RevivalAl Hirschfeld-+2
27 tieEnd of the RainbowPlayBelasco28+1


SRO: The Book of Mormon, Disney's Newsies, Once, Harvey, Disney's The Lion King
$100+ Tickets: The Book of Mormon, The Lion King, Wicked, Once, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, Rock of Ages, Newsies, Evita, One Man, Two Guvnors, Nice Work If You Can Get It, Jersey Boys
$1M Club: Wicked, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, The Book of Mormon, Newsies, Once, Evita, Mary Poppins
$2M Club: The Lion King



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