Broadway Grosses* w/e 10/03/10

Show Name GrossGross TotalAttn %Cap AvgPdAdm
A LIFE IN THE THEATRE $310,430 6,053 70.65% $51.29
A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC $639,895 6,803 91.34% $94.06
AMERICAN IDIOT $1,092,334 12,767 93.38% $85.56
BILLY ELLIOT: THE MUSICAL $982,542 10,545 92.76% $93.18
BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON $284,719 6,843 83.05% $41.61
BRIEF ENCOUNTER $250,116 6,294 78.52% $39.74
CHICAGO $459,692 6,245 72.28% $73.61
FELA! $409,443 5,557 67.44% $73.68
IN THE HEIGHTS $491,256 7,020 65.29% $69.98
JERSEY BOYS $1,086,925 9,674 98.47% $112.36
LA BETE $355,030 6,948 86.25% $51.10
LA CAGE AUX FOLLES $550,643 6,487 76.71% $84.88
LOMBARDI $188,215 4,386 69.40% $42.91
MAMMA MIA! $840,632 10,885 90.83% $77.23
MARY POPPINS $601,368 8,509 59.19% $70.67
MEMPHIS $864,646 9,593 81.57% $90.13
MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET $548,380 6,495 66.88% $84.43
MRS. WARREN'S PROFESSION $205,714 5,390 91.05% $38.17
NEXT TO NORMAL $257,506 4,594 74.38% $56.05
PROMISES, PROMISES $995,858 11,020 78.85% $90.37
ROCK OF AGES $440,303 6,222 78.01% $70.77
THE ADDAMS FAMILY $801,683 8,908 73.30% $90.00
THE LION KING $1,266,452 11,567 86.22% $109.49
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA $682,836 9,438 73.05% $72.35
THE PITMEN PAINTERS $186,718 4,597 88.40% $40.62
TIME STANDS STILL $395,233 7,013 81.24% $56.36
WEST SIDE STORY $581,801 8,261 60.85% $70.43
WICKED $1,507,992 14,415 99.61% $104.61
TOTAL $17,278,360 222,529 79.61% $72.70

*Grosses provided courtesy of The Broadway League

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  • Randall David Cook says:

    The question about seats is extremely valid, and being ignored. Among the men in my close circle of friends, my theater buddies, not a one of us is under 6′. Most of us are 6’1″ and over. And we’ve had one miserably uncomfortable seating too many. So now, when contemplating purchasing tickets, unless it’s a must-see event where discomfort will be endured, the question comes up: where is it playing?
    For all the problems the theater-formerly-know-as-the-Hilton has, we all are happy to go there because we know our knees won’t be bruised by show’s end. Same for the Biltmore.
    So many old cinemas re-engineered their interiors with stadium seating and the like without changing the exterior. Have any designers or architects even been asked what’s possible? And what do you think is possible?

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