INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 4/8
Welcome to this week's edition of BroadwayWorld's exclusive WEEKLY GROSSES ANALYSIS - read on for all the weekly grosses statistics for the movers and shakers from the latest grosses, for the week ending 4/7/2019.
This week, 38 shows played on Broadway, with 315,320 tickets sold and a total gross of $35,291,616. The average ticket price was $111.92.
This was up the number of shows as last week and up 2 vs. the same week last year. Compared to last week, attendance was up 0.58%. Versus last year, attendance was down -3.85%. On the sales front, overall grosses were down -4.16% vs. last week and down -17.15% vs. this week last year. This week's average ticket price of $111.92 is down $-5.53 compared to last week and down $-17.96 compared to last year.
Top 5 by This Week Gross
|THE LION KING||$2,160,102|
|HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD, PARTS ONE AND TWO||$1,802,396|
|TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD||$1,628,150|
Bottom 5 by This Week Gross
GARY: A SEQUEL TO TITUS ANDRONICUS ($381,334), HILLARY AND CLINTON ($391,944), WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME ($410,927), OKLAHOMA! ($451,274), KING LEAR ($473,262)
Top 5 by This Week Gross vs. Last Week Gross
|WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME||$134,315|
|THE BAND'S VISIT||$90,452|
|DEAR EVAN HANSEN||$168.57|
|THE LION KING||$159.83|
|TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD||$140.62|
|TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD||117.47%|
|HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD, PARTS ONE AND TWO||107.49%|
Bottom 5 by Gross % of Potential
GARY: A SEQUEL TO TITUS ANDRONICUS (44%), KING KONG (44.07%), HILLARY AND CLINTON (47.93%), THE PROM (48.28%), THE FERRYMAN (52.54%)
Top 5 by % of Seats Sold of Total Seats
|THE BOOK OF MORMON||103.1%|
|DEAR EVAN HANSEN||101.5%|
|COME FROM AWAY||101.3%|
|WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME||592|
|THE BAND'S VISIT||372|
Bottom 5 by Seats Sold This Week vs. Last Week
KINKY BOOTS (-1544), KING KONG (-1271), THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (-859), HADESTOWN (-815), MEAN GIRLS (-806)
That's all for this week... Note: All data presented for informational purposes only. BroadwayWorld.com makes no guarantees as to the accuracy of the data, or the matter in which it's presented. Source: The Broadway League..