Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 9/30/12

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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 9/30/12#1
Posted: 10/1/12 at 2:58pm
Click below to access all the grosses from all the shows for the week ending 9/30/2012 in BroadwayWorld.com's grosses section.

Also, you will find information on each show's historical grosses, cumulative grosses and other statistics on how each show stacked up this week and in the past.

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Up for the week by attendance was: BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL (12.8%), GRACE (10.1%), CHAPLIN (8.3%), MAMMA MIA! (6.6%), THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (6.4%), PETER AND THE STARCATCHER (5.9%), WAR HORSE (5.5%), JERSEY BOYS (4.8%), NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT (4.8%), CYRANO DE BERGERAC (4.3%), ONCE (2.7%), MARY POPPINS (2.7%), AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE (1.8%), THE LION KING (1.4%), NEWSIES (1.1%), SPIDER-MAN TURN OFF THE DARK (1.1%), CHICAGO (0.9%), EVITA (0.7%),

Down for the week by attendance was: WICKED (-0.9%), ROCK OF AGES (-0.3%),

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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 9/30/12#2
Posted: 10/1/12 at 4:15pm
solid numbers all around, especially for this time of year. Nice Work almost grossing $1 million & Once is back over $1 million.
A Chorus Line played its final Broadway performance on August 17, 2008. The tour played its final performance on August 21, 2011. A new non-equity tour started in October 2012 played its final performance on March 23, 2013.
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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 9/30/12#2
Posted: 10/1/12 at 4:50pm
Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 9/30/12


WICKED IS IN THIRD AGAIN?!
I expect a closing notice in the next few days!

Updated On: 10/1/12 at 04:50 PM
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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 9/30/12#3
Posted: 10/1/12 at 9:33pm
I knew that once the fall convention season started NICE WORK would start seeing big grosses again. It is exactly the type of show a conventioneer who has spent the entire day in boring meetings will want to see and having Ferris Bueller in the lead doesn't hurt.
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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 9/30/12#4
Posted: 10/1/12 at 9:42pm
Good call, Bobs! I am thrilled that this show seems to be picking up more audience and I think the new marketing with Matthew & Kelli's photos instead of caricatures has helped a great deal. Matthew has done a lot to promote this show. His tv appearances on Modern Family and 30 Rock will also help the box office.

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Updated On: 10/1/12 at 09:42 PM
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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 9/30/12#5
Posted: 10/2/12 at 3:34am
Yay Bring It On! :)
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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 9/30/12#6
Posted: 10/2/12 at 7:05pm
I understand the weekly nut for Spiderman is $1.2m.

The last 2 weeks Spiderman has earned under this.
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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 9/30/12#7
Posted: 10/2/12 at 7:07pm
Good for Nice Work. It is still holding some pretty strong numbers.

I am a bit surprised at how good the numbers are all around for this time of year. Hopefully they will last through the holidays.
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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 9/30/12#8
Posted: 10/2/12 at 10:38pm
"I understand the weekly nut for Spiderman is $1.2m.
The last 2 weeks Spiderman has earned under this."

It is more complicated than that. It may be $1.2 million at full royalties, but contracts with composers, writers, directors, the theater owner and other royalty participants are quite often written in a way that if a show doesn't meet the weekly nut, there are reduced or deferred royalties.

It's not like there are line of shows waiting to get into the Foxwoods (or whatever they are calling it these days).





Updated On: 10/3/12 at 10:38 PM

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