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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Broadway Box Office: Week 35: 01.21 - 01.27.2013

Here's the last week of Broadway Box Office stats.  Click HERE to see how the weekly rankings are calculated.

Broadway Box Office 
Week 35




Most shows remained pretty even this week, balancing moderate to weak attendance with moderate gains or equally moderate losses in grosses.  Annie, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Jersey Boys and The Other Place were all bigger than the rest, posting decent gains in both attendance and box office take.  The number of shows in the winter freeze out continues to grow, with Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? posting an early March closing date.  Manilow on Broadway posted no performances this week, including a scheduled Opening Night, owing to Barry's illness.  Meanwhile, Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella came running out of the gate, glass slippers and all, posing over 98% attendance for its first three previews at the enormous Broadway Theatre.  (For more on Cinderella, click HERE. And be sure to vote for the cast in this week's HOT or NOT HERE.)  And Evita closed up shop with a mere whimper... Final thought: Could Mamma Mia be on the verge of its last walk down the aisle?

SHOW
TITLE
SHOW
TYPE
POINTS
01.14 - 01.20
RANK POINTS
01.21 - 01.27
RANK TOTAL
RANK
Annie Musical
Revival
46 14 26 9 12
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Play 
Revival
26 8 33 12 7
Chicago Musical Revival 55 19 52 tie 18  16
Cinderella Musical  n/a - 14 tie 4 n/a
Evita Musical
Revival
35 tie 11 31 10 9
Jersey Boys Musical 38 13 25 8 8
Mamma Mia! Musical 61 tie 22 61 21 20
Mary Poppins Musical 54 18 48 16 15
Newsies Musical 29 9 22 6 6
Nice Work If You Can Get It Musical 50 17 47 15 13
Once Musical 15 tie 4 10 3 4
Picnic Play
Revival
68 25 62 22 21
Rock of Ages Musical 21 7 24 7 5
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark Musical 30 10 41 13 11
The Book of Mormon Musical 3 1 3 1 1
The Heiress Play
Revival
35 tie 11 32 11 10
The Lion King Musical 13 3 7 2 2
The Mystery of Edwin Drood Musical
Revival
64 24 52 tie 18 19
The Other Place Play 57 20 43 14 14
The Phantom of the Opera Musical 60 21 57 20 18
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Play
Revival
61 tie 22 50 17 17
Wicked Musical 7 2 14 tie 4 3

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