Broadway Grosses* w/e 5/31/2015

The following are the Broadway grosses for the week ending May 31, 2015:

Show Name GrossGross TotalAttn %Capacity AvgPdAdm
A GENTLEMAN’S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER $485,524.00 5,745 79.18% $84.51
AIRLINE HIGHWAY $160,888.00 3,483 69.44% $46.19
ALADDIN $1,469,138.00 13,788 100.03% $106.55
AN ACT OF GOD $693,378.50 7,383 91.74% $93.92
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS $1,339,416.30 13,305 99.05% $100.67
BEAUTIFUL $909,617.70 6,997 85.25% $130.00
CHICAGO $638,979.60 7,563 87.53% $84.49
FINDING NEVERLAND $1,048,475.00 11,140 92.59% $94.12
FISH IN THE DARK $1,216,518.15 8,718 101.56% $139.54
FUN HOME $628,970.00 6,001 102.76% $104.81
GIGI $426,246.25 6,013 54.31% $70.89
HAND TO GOD $406,783.50 5,011 81.14% $81.18
HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH $390,176.50 4,306 61.09% $90.61
IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU $272,692.50 4,393 54.26% $62.07
IT’S ONLY A PLAY $535,098.39 5,742 66.64% $93.19
JERSEY BOYS $643,630.00 6,847 69.70% $94.00
KINKY BOOTS $855,702.50 8,812 77.35% $97.11
LES MIS√ČRABLES $611,523.85 7,853 69.67% $77.87
MAMMA MIA! $697,685.60 7,831 83.95% $89.09
MATILDA $876,521.48 10,661 93.06% $82.22
ON THE TOWN $512,815.76 10,025 66.87% $51.15
ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY $583,754.75 5,663 98.04% $103.08
SKYLIGHT $782,579.50 6,337 98.77% $123.49
SOMETHING ROTTEN! $1,100,399.20 12,184 91.36% $90.32
THE AUDIENCE $1,096,581.90 7,466 99.77% $146.88
THE BOOK OF MORMON $1,417,311.63 8,737 102.45% $162.22
THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME $702,476.46 7,191 88.30% $97.69
THE KING AND I $1,095,371.00 8,376 100.00% $130.77
THE LION KING $2,026,910.00 13,578 99.84% $149.28
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA $928,487.35 11,146 86.81% $83.30
THE VISIT $149,023.15 3,564 49.45% $41.81
WICKED $1,670,922.00 13,830 95.67% $120.82
WOLF HALL PARTS ONE & TWO $548,136.25 5,436 49.13% $100.83
Totals $26,921,734.77 265,125 83.23% $97.72

*Broadway Grosses courtesy of The Broadway League

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  • MichaelC says:

    Surprisingly low numbers for “The Visit” since this show was reported to be Chita’s last. “Gigi” is too big to survive on less than $500K and with nearly no Tony attention it unlikely to be around much longer. “Wolf Hall” should have played a smaller house than the Winter Garden (maybe the Helen Hayes) due to the limited and narrow appeal of the material it will never fill a huge venue. “Jersey Boys” is starting to show its age and probably will consider shuttering after summer tourist season unless things really improve and fall advance sales show promise. “Jersey Boys” is small enough that a move off-Broadway to A venue like New World Stages (like “Avenue Q”) might add a couple years to its shelf life.

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