Broadway Grosses w/e 3/28/10

Show Name GrossGross TotalAttn %Cap AvgPdAdm
A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE $489,726 6,216 72.55% $78.78
A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC $831,584 7,004 94.04% $118.73
A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE $909,167 8,729 101.12% $104.15
ALL ABOUT ME $216,425 3,426 40.94% $63.17
AMERICAN IDIOT $568,483 6,564 15.36% $86.61
BILLY ELLIOT: THE MUSICAL $1,196,092 11,302 99.42% $105.83
CHICAGO $567,195 7,502 86.83% $75.61
COME FLY AWAY $627,481 10,422 82.09% $60.21
FELA! $509,804 6,841 83.02% $74.52
GOD OF CARNAGE $316,934 4,896 56.77% $64.73
HAIR $468,340 7,286 64.50% $64.28
IN THE HEIGHTS $669,223 9,044 84.11% $74.00
JERSEY BOYS $1,043,861 9,459 96.28% $110.36
LEND ME A TENOR $278,255 5,072 72.53% $54.86
LOOPED $176,622 4,059 55.39% $43.51
MAMMA MIA! $865,702 11,520 96.13% $75.15
MARY POPPINS $886,146 12,536 87.20% $70.69
MEMPHIS $553,047 8,643 73.49% $63.99
MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET $310,248 5,502 60.22% $56.39
NEXT FALL $181,904 3,025 64.20% $60.13
NEXT TO NORMAL $303,705 4,974 80.54% $61.06
PROMISES, PROMISES $190,790 1,747 100.00% $109.21
RACE $347,459 4,605 54.41% $75.45
RED $262,357 5,637 87.64% $46.54
ROCK OF AGES $581,454 7,493 93.94% $77.60
SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM $316,002 5,612 79.85% $56.31
SOUTH PACIFIC $541,568 6,520 78.29% $83.06
THE ADDAMS FAMILY $1,302,707 11,487 94.53% $113.41
THE LION KING $1,357,896 13,291 99.07% $102.17
THE MIRACLE WORKER $196,960 3,851 62.35% $51.15
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA $867,611 11,334 87.72% $76.55
TIME STANDS STILL $295,862 4,256 93.54% $69.52
WEST SIDE STORY $943,520 11,546 85.05% $81.72
WICKED $1,565,719 14,472 100.00% $108.19
TOTAL $20,739,845 255,873 78.92% $76.99
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  • RLewis says:

    With the Tony deadline fast approaching, we now have more Bway shows open than usual, and accordingly the number of shows with capacity under 75% has now grown to its largest point.
    There must be some mathmatical equation we can draw up that will tell us how many shows will fail just based on the number of shows running.
    It’s not about marketing, or smart producing, or even quality – there is just a max. number of shows that our tourist population can support at any one time.

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