It is important that when a show is declared a hit by the producers - as the show has capitalised, therefore clauses in the show's contract are activated and the share of the profit pool changes for the creatives and producers (amortilisation).
This is different from a critical hit, for example the "5 Star Hit".
However the reason this closed so early is because of the insane weekly nut, as The Chorus Line producer John Breglio says it is the weekly nut that kills a show and he knows a think or two about producing, there worst week so far is $850k and would expect a dip after September, so goodness what their nut was and when Josh was in the show it was making decent money, well over. $1m a week, so god only knows what he cost to have his name ab
jdln1973 said: "Question about shows that recoup and have had a life Off Broadway or Out of Town prior to their Broadway Bow... How is the capitalization cost affected by the use of previous sets/costuming? DEH is largely unchanged from the 2nd Stage Run so I was wondering how those costs figure into it.