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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 6/30/13

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Rob
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Click below to access all the grosses from all the shows for the week ending 6/30/2013 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: ANN (16.4%), CINDERELLA (6.0%), MAMMA MIA! (5.3%), CHICAGO (4.2%), LUCKY GUY (3.9%), WICKED (3.6%), I'LL EAT YOU LAST: A CHAT WITH SUE MENGERS (1.6%), ANNIE (1.6%), THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1.4%), ONCE (1.1%), MACBETH (0.9%), THE ASSEMBLED PARTIES (0.2%), NEWSIES (0.1%),

Down for the week by attendance was: THE NANCE (-4.4%), ROCK OF AGES (-2.8%), VANYA AND SONIA AND MASHA AND SPIKE (-2.7%), JERSEY BOYS (-0.8%), PIPPIN (-0.5%), THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL (-0.5%), SPIDER-MAN TURN OFF THE DARK (-0.3%),

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jacobsnchz14
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Glad to see so many shows do so well, especially the "million dollar" shows! lol.
beautywickedlover
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joined:6/28/07
Another excellent week for the summer season.
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theaterfan862
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Wow 12 shows made over a million last week!!
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bwayphreak234
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Hello summertime!
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KathyNYC2
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OK..I would like to think I am reasonably good at math. Could someone explain how Bette Midler's show (for example) went down $80,000 from last week to this week..but then in percentage, it went up 1.6%.

Does that just mean they sold more - but cheaper - tickets?

Congrats to all the million dollar shows for doing so great! Quite impressive.
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dramamama611
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Since it was closing week, it's more likely that there were a good number of comps...which would bring down the average ticket price.

Usually you can click on the title and look at the history, but it's not working for that show right now.
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KathyNYC2
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^^That makes sense.

Good to know about clicking on the title to get more details. I hadn't realized that. Thanks for the info.
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Wow for Kinky Boots and other million dollar club shows, and Cinderella is one other example of a show that don't need no Tonys (except for costumes) to have high grosses. Plus it beat Matilda? Dang!

Rodgers and Hammerstein were more needed on Broadway than I thought. :)
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AEA AGMA SM
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"Plus it beat Matilda? Dang!"

Well, it is in a bigger theater than Matilda, so it's not that big of a shock that it was able to make more in what was a very well attended week all around.
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And it is summer and Spiderman continues to decline... again not making it's rumored nut.
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averagebwaynut
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KathyNYC2 -- the answer is actually simpler than what DramaMama suggests (though that could also be true). The show played 8 performances in the prior week and only 7 performances in its final week.
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KathyNYC2
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OH Duh. I didn't realize that. DramaMama's answer could also be correct of course - certainly with other titles, if not this one.

Thanks again both of you for the explanations.
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dramamama611
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I didn't realize that, either -- an excellent point.
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