Broadway grosses

NEW YORK — Since the 2003-04 season is a “leap year” on Broadway, last week was Week 53 (May 24-30), the final week of the season.

Grosses fell 4.9% to $15,731,516, with attendance down 4.3% to 247,112.

“Gypsy” jumped $31,054 to $497,800 in the final week of its yearlong run. That was the highest increase of any show except “Assassins,” which rose $34,735 to $413,359.

“The Producers” took the biggest hit, dropping $88,867 to $824,711. Also tumbling were “42nd Street” (down $67,366 to $550,952), “Movin’ Out” (down $63,925 to $579,486), and “Mamma Mia!” (off $55,405 to $917,384).

The 22 musicals grossed $13,606,812 for 86.5% of the Broadway total, with attendance of 209,761 at 82.6% of capacity.

The nine plays grossed $2,124,704 for 13.5% of the Broadway total, with attendance of 37,351 at 71.2% of capacity.

Average ticket prices were $64.87 for musicals, $56.88 for plays, and $63.66 for all shows.

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