Musicals ‘Annie,’ ‘World’ close on happy B.O. note

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.

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