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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 9/25/22

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Click below to access all the Broadway grosses from all the shows for the week ending 9/25/2022 in BroadwayWorld'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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Of note this week, LEOPOLDSTADT is in previews at the Longacre and opens 10/2, COST OF LIVING is in previews at the Friedman and opens 10/3, 1776 is in previews at the American Airlines and opens 10/6, DEATH OF A SALESMAN is in previews at the Hudson and opens 10/9, THE PIANO LESSON began previews at the Barrymore and opens 10/13.

Up for the week by attendance (% of capacity) was: FUNNY GIRL (13.9%), THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (11.3%), BEETLEJUICE (8.6%), WICKED (5.1%), INTO THE WOODS (4.2%), HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD (3.6%), CHICAGO (3.2%), COST OF LIVING (3.2%), LEOPOLDSTADT (3.1%), SIX (2.4%), ALADDIN (1%), A STRANGE LOOP (0.8%), THE BOOK OF MORMON (0.6%), THE LION KING (0.2%), COME FROM AWAY (0.1%),

Down for the week by attendance (% of capacity) was: DEATH OF A SALESMAN (-16.6%), 1776 (-7%), THE KITE RUNNER (-3.1%), THE MUSIC MAN (-0.8%), HADESTOWN (-0.3%), MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL (-0.2%),

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This week, 24 shows played on Broadway, with 214,085 tickets sold and a total gross of $26,367,421. The average ticket price was $123.16.

This was the same as the number of shows as last week. Compared to last week, attendance was up 6.34%. On the sales front, overall grosses were up 5.66% vs. last week. This week's average ticket price of $123.16 is down $-0.79 compared to last week.


Top 5 by This Week Gross
THE MUSIC MAN: $2,804,084
HAMILTON: $1,915,328
MJ THE MUSICAL: $1,732,796
THE LION KING: $1,703,438
FUNNY GIRL: $1,640,370


Bottom 5 by This Week Gross
COST OF LIVING ($137,796), 1776 ($342,777), THE KITE RUNNER ($356,190), DEATH OF A SALESMAN ($413,428), CHICAGO ($635,113)


Top 5 by This Week Gross vs. Last Week Gross
FUNNY GIRL: $503,852
DEATH OF A SALESMAN: $320,314
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA: $241,191
LEOPOLDSTADT: $196,664
1776: $160,546


Bottom 5 by This Week Gross vs. Last Week Gross
THE MUSIC MAN ($-149,978), THE KITE RUNNER ($-30,726), MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL ($-23,541), A STRANGE LOOP ($-1,713), HAMILTON ($7,177)


Top 5 by Average Ticket Price
THE MUSIC MAN: $238.08
HAMILTON: $200.75
FUNNY GIRL: $171.25
MJ THE MUSICAL: $155.58
SIX: $142.05


Bottom 5 by Average Ticket Price
COST OF LIVING ($38.14), 1776 ($80.22), CHICAGO ($80.88), DEATH OF A SALESMAN ($86.76), ALADDIN ($88.89)


Top 5 by % of Total Seats Filled
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA: 100.6%
COME FROM AWAY: 100.6%
MJ THE MUSICAL: 100.4%
MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL: 99.4%
HADESTOWN: 99.4%


Bottom 5 % of Total Seats Filled
THE KITE RUNNER (74.7%), INTO THE WOODS (74.7%), LEOPOLDSTADT (78.8%), DEATH OF A SALESMAN (81.5%), COST OF LIVING (82.6%)


Top 5 by Total Attendance This Week vs. Last Week
DEATH OF A SALESMAN: 3809
1776: 2279
LEOPOLDSTADT: 1864
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA: 1455
FUNNY GIRL: 1354


Bottom 5 by Total Attendance This Week vs. Last Week
THE KITE RUNNER (-142), THE MUSIC MAN (-90), HADESTOWN (-26), MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL (-23), HAMILTON (-1)

That's all for this week... Note: All data presented for informational purposes only. BroadwayWorld makes no guarantee as to the accuracy of the data, or the matter in which it's presented. Source: The Broadway League..

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