Broadway Grosses w/e 2/2/2020 – Everything’s Comin’ Up Lucy

Last week grosses dipped by 6% coming in at $26M. Nearly all shows experienced slight losses over the previous week as we reach deeper into winter. Attendance and average ticket price fell by 2% and 4% respectively. 

MTC’s My Name Is Lucy Barton seems to be drawing quite a crowd. At $122, the average ticket price at the intimate Samuel J. Freidman is the highest of any play currently running. 

You can find the rest of the figures below, courtesy of The Broadway League: 

 

Show Name Gross  TotalAttn  %Capacity AvgPdAdm
A SOLDIER’S PLAY $379,764.10 5,104 88.49% $74.41
AIN’T TOO PROUD $1,153,957.43 10,195 89.49% $113.19
ALADDIN $1,059,806.90 13,018 94.22% $81.41
AMERICAN UTOPIA $1,163,217.50 5,766 100.00% $201.74
BEETLEJUICE $1,053,959.90 11,492 96.22% $91.71
CHICAGO $575,483.90 7,093 82.09% $81.13
COME FROM AWAY $826,739.70 8,451 100.99% $97.83
DEAR EVAN HANSEN $1,018,671.10 7,911 100.50% $128.77
FROZEN $972,671.00 12,354 91.70% $78.73
GRAND HORIZONS $225,365.13 3,645 77.88% $61.83
HADESTOWN $1,086,979.75 7,395 100.69% $146.99
HAMILTON $2,676,538.00 10,754 101.53% $248.89
HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD, PARTS ONE AND TWO $993,272.00 12,976 100.00% $76.55
JAGGED LITTLE PILL $937,820.96 8,625 95.83% $108.73
MEAN GIRLS $758,668.25 9,013 91.97% $84.17
MOULIN ROUGE! $1,610,318.50 10,426 100.10% $154.45
MY NAME IS LUCY BARTON $543,547.50 4,445 98.30% $122.28
THE BOOK OF MORMON $964,397.60 8,110 96.82% $118.91
THE INHERITANCE $401,831.00 4,812 57.40% $83.51
THE LION KING $1,405,233.00 12,363 91.12% $113.66
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA $741,229.20 9,907 77.16% $74.82
TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL $1,391,542.00 10,880 92.02% $127.90
TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD $1,361,256.50 11,511 100.27% $118.26
WEST SIDE STORY $1,431,974.50 12,180 100.00% $117.57
WICKED $1,301,830.00 14,397 99.59% $90.42
TOTALS $26,036,075.42 232,823 92.98% $111.91
+/- THIS WEEK LAST SEASON -$476,279.14       
PERCENTAGE +/- THIS WEEK LAST SEASON -1.80%

Today’s blog was guest-written by Ryan Conway, President of Architect Theatrical. Find out more here!

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