Receipts Up; N.J. ‘Anna Christie’ 31g

Business on the resident circuit was up during Week 22 (Oct. 28 to Nov. 3), with 15 of the 25 productions showing significant gains and only five stumbling. Two held about even and three were first-weekers.

Staying steady were “House of Blue Leaves” in Albany and “Twelfth Night” in Seattle. The three newcomers were “Ain’t Misbehavin’ “in Allentown, Pa., “Forever Plaid” in San Diego and “Alfred Stieglitz Loves O’Keefe” in Seattle. The first two were particularly strong, the latter just OK.

The sliders were “Prelude to a Kiss” in Chicago, “Night of the Iguana” in Cleveland, “Shirley Valentine” in Philadelphia, “Halcyon Days” in Seattle and “Amadeus” in Wilmington, Del. Latter show dropped a performance during its final week.

Estimates for last week

ALBANY

Capital Repertory Co. ($24; 299; $31,000). PW, House of Blue Leaves (P) (10/4/91-11/3/91), $19,492. Last (5th, final) wk, $19,643.

ALLENTOWN, PA.

Pennsylvania Stage Co. ($24; 274; $27,549). Last (1st) wk, Ain’t Misbehavin’ (M) (11/1/91-12/1/91), $21,545.

ATLANTA

Alliance Theater Co. ($32; 784; $119,845). PW, A Man for All Seasons (P) (10/8/91-11/16/91), $54,472. Last (4th) wk, $84,257.

CHAPEL HILL, N.C.

Playmakers Repertory Co. ($25; 496; $19,562) (7 perf). PW, A Shayna Maidel (P) (10/23/91-11/17/91), $14,390 (3pr, 2perf). Last (2nd) wk, $18,411 (7perf).

CHICAGO

Royal George Theater ($32.50; 437; $108,885). PW, Lend Me a Tenor (P) (3/17/91- OE), $53,482. Last (33rd) wk, $42,942.

Wellington Theater ($32.50; 499; $104,790). PW, Prelude to a Kiss (P) (2/20/91- OE), $39,722. Last (37th) wk, $34,914.

CINCINNATI

Cincinnati Playhouse, Shelterhouse Theater ($26; 220; $27,000). PW, Speed-the-Plow(P) (10/24/91-11/17/91), $19,588. Last (2nd) wk, $25,872.

CLEVELAND

Cleveland Playhouse, Brooks Theater ($29; 612; $84,431) (7perf). PW, Night of the Iguana (P) (10/1/91-11/3/91), $46,122 (6perf). Last (5th, final) wk, $42,824 (7perf).

Cleveland Playhouse, Drury Theater ($25; 502; $67,286) (7perf). PW, David’s Mother (P) (10/22/91-11/24/91), $33,161. Last (2nd) wk, $34,674 (7perf).

EAST HADDAM, CONN.

Goodspeed Opera House ($27.50; 398; $75,330). PW, Here’s Love (M-R) (10/2/91-12/15/91), $74,876. Last (5th) wk, $75,186. MALVERN, PA.

People’s Light And Theater Co. ($24; 368; $43,178) (7perf). PW, Achilles (P) (10/23/91-11/17/91), $19,491. Last (2nd) wk, $25,505 (7perf).

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ.

George Street Playhouse ($22; 367; $38,500) (1pr, 7perf). PW, Anna Christie (P) (10/26/91-11/17/91), $12,185. Last (2nd) wk, $31,456 (1pr, 7perf).

NEW HAVEN

Long Wharf Theater ($32; 487; $74,000). PW, Booth is Back (P) (9/24/91-11/3/91), $69,992. Last (6th, final) wk, $75,939.

Yale Repertory Co. ($28; 489; $53,797). PW, On die Verge, or the Geography of Learning (P) (10/3/91-11/2/91), $34,897. Last (5th, final) wk, $35,540.

PHILADELPHIA

Philadelphia Drama Guild ($29.50; 895; $105,313) (9perf). PW, Macbeth (P) (10/11/91-11/3/91), $80,872 (9perf). Last (4th, final) wk, $85,629 (9perf).

Walnut Street Theater ($33; 1,052; $141,913). PW, Shirley Valentine (P) (10/5/91-11/10/91), $109,093. Last (5th) wk, $94,025.

PITTSBURGH

Pittsburgh Public Theater ($29; 471; $87,711). PW, Hamlet (P) (10/8/91-11/17/91), $57,791. Last (4th) wk, $63,966.

ROCHESTER, N.Y.

GeVa Theater ($28; 552; $84,302). PW, The Accomplice (P) (10/15/91-11/17/91), $49,356. Last (3rd) wk, $50,245. SAN DIEGO

Old Globe Theater ($28.50; 626; $81,380) (5perf). Last (1st) wk, Forever Plaid (M- Rev) (11/1/91-12/29/91), $73,867 (5perf).

SAN FRANCISCO

American Conservatory Theater ($33; 555; $111,011). PW, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (P) (10/1/91-11/23/91), $68,296. Last (5th) wk, $73,662.

SEATTLE

A Contemporary Theater ($19-$21.50; 449; $50,454). PW, Halcyon Days (P) (10/24/91-11/17/91), $41,340 (4pr, 6perf). Last (2nd) wk, $39,120.

Seattle Group Theater ($15-$18; 185; $18,534) (4pr, 6perf). Last (1st) wk, Alfred Stieglitz Loves O’Keefe (P) (10/30/91-11/24/91), $12,062 (4pr, 6perf).

Seattle Repertory Theater ($24.50-$26; 856; $124,605). PW, Twelfth Night (P) (10/16/91-11/16/91), $91,245 (7perf). Last (4th) wk, $91,853.

Tacoma Actors Guild ($17-$20; 299; $31,956). PW, Lend Me a Tenor (P) (10/24/91-11/10/91), $21,976 (2pr, 6perf). Last (2nd) wk, $28,351.

WILMINGTON, DEL

Delaware Theater Co. ($28.59; 300; $52,804). PW, Amadeus (M) (10/17/91-11/2/91), $36,213 (9perf). Last (3rd, final) wk, $31,049.

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