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‘Jersey Boys’ say goodbye to SF

Road Grosses

NEW YORK — The road dipped 4.23% in Week 19 (Oct 1-7), losing about 600,000. The 12-show slate held steady after last week’s big gains, grossing a total of $13,827,734.

Most shows on the slate saw gains — the majority of the dip came with the departure of “The Color Purple” from the slate, as the show prepares to go into production in San Francisco. Meanwhile, “Jersey Boys” has departed that city for Chicago.

The Tempe, Ariz., production of the Four Seasons biotuner broke the nine-perf record this week with an impressive $1,300,683, but, for the sixth consecutive week, “Wicked’s” touring company in Boston was the highest-grossing show on the slate,with $1,572,431.

BOSTON
Wicked (M-1st Co.) Opera House ($88; 2,592, $1,632,600) (9/12/07-11/11/07).
PW, $1,564,776.
Last (4th) wk, $1,572,431.

CHICAGO
Wicked (M-2nd Co.) Ford Center ($82; 2,243, $1,224,272) (6/24/05-OE).
PW, $1,015,435.
Last (120th) wk, $1,021,603.

Jersey Boys
(M-3rd Co.) LaSalle Bank Theater ($95; 1,918; $787,460) (10/1/06-OE).
PW, $1,040,488 in San Francisco.
Last (1st) wk, $690,189.

DALLAS
The Lion King (M-1st Co.) Music Hall at Fair Park ($80; 3,360; $1,523,568) (8/23/07-9/16/07).
PW, $1,400,702.
Last (3rd) wk, $1,373,498.

DENVER
Monty Python’s Spamalot (M) The Buell Theater ($80; 2,760; $1,464,640) (9/3/07-9/9/07).
PW, $1,400,345.
Last (3rd) wk, $1,478,995.

EAST LANSING, MICH.
High School Musical (M-1st Co.) Wharton Center for the Performing Arts ($60; 2,420, $987,968) (10/1/07-10/7/07).
PW, $874,434 in Buffalo.
Last (1st) wk, $951,189.

HONOLULU
The Lion King (M-1st Nat.) The Blaisdell Concert Hall ($85; 1,946; $1,243,905) (9/17/07- 9/23/07).
PW, $1,226,910.
Last (3rd) wk, $1,255,325.

LOS ANGELES
Avenue Q (M-1st Co.) Ahmanson Theater ($90; 1,613; $1,083,815) (9/6/07-9/9/2007).
PW, $778,040.
Last (5th) wk, $873,741.

Wicked (M-3rd Co.) Pantages Theater ($85; 2,703, $1,633,691) (2/10/07-OE).
PW, $1,333,760.
Last (35th) wk, $1,303,770.

SAN ANTONIO
Mamma Mia! (M-2nd Co.) Majestic Theater ($73; 2,273; $1,072,822) (10/1/07-10/7/07)
PW, $947,945 in Houston.
Last (1st) wk, $959,393.

SYRACUSE, N.Y.
The Phantom of the Opera (M) Crouse-Hinds Theater ($73; 2,018; $791,724) (9/11/07-10/7/07).
PW, $417,492.
Last (4th) wk, $462,392.

TEMPE, ARIZ.
Jersey Boys (M-2nd Co.) Gammage Auditorium ($76; 3,011; $985,262) (9/24/07-9/30/07).
PW, $927,148.
Last (2nd) wk, 9 perf, $1,300,683.

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