L.A. legit tallies continued to gobble up slightly more green last week as two shows saw bigger crowds in their final week. Six houses reported $ 1,458,013 , as compared to previous week’s $ 1,415,657.
The fourth and final week of “Annie Warbucks” closed on its highest note, bringing in $ 223,451 at the Pantages. Show’s overall take was $ 776,893.
“The World Goes ‘Round” also ended its run at the Henry Fonda on an upswing, to $ 135,634, about $ 12,000 more than previous week. Show’s total for the seven-week run was $ 725,102.
“Angels in America” continued to fly above the clouds, moving up to $ 161,905 in third week at the Taper. Show’s prior week had $ 137,879.
“Six Degrees of Separation” is holding steady in sixth week at the Doolittle, with $ 226,670 in coin, about the same as last week’s $ 227,533.
“Forever Plaid” lost a little green in 36th week at the Canon, down to $ 66, 259, a $ 2,000 dip.
“Phantom of the Opera” also continued on an even keel at $ 644,094, not much different from last week’s $ 644,068.