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Road box office dips for 11-show slate

Road Grosses

NEW YORK — Road receipts decreased in Week 50 (May 7-13) as the 14-show slate dipped 1.08% to $11,816,817.

The decrease was due in part to “Twelve Angry Men” being on hiatus.

Los Angeles’ “Wicked” was the highest-grossing show for the week at $1,582,073, while the Denver run of “Wicked” drew $1,460,845 — the second-highest gross for the week.

Estimates for last week:

APPLETON, WIS.
The Lion King (M-1st Nat.) The Fox Cities PAC ($75; 1,954; $799,623) (5/7/07-5/13/07).
PW, $1,185,294 in Cincinnati.
Last (1st) wk, $773,876 (6 perf).

CHICAGO
The Color Purple (M-2nd Co.) Cadillac Theater ($122; 2,344, $1,267,822) (5/1/07-5/13/07).
PW, $918,791.
Last (3rd) wk, $1,032,976.

Wicked
(M-2nd Co.) Ford Center ($82; 2,243; $1,224,272) (6/24/05-OE).
PW, $1,030,423.
Last (99th) wk, $1,000,815.

DENVER
Wicked (M-1st Co.) Buell Theater ($80; 2,804; $1,484,840) (5/9/07-6/3/07).
PW, $1,623,073 in Dallas.
Last (1st) wk, $1,460,845.

FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.
The Lion King (M-1st Co.) Broward
Center ($72; 2,613; $1,437,708) (4/19/07-6/3/07).
PW, $993,083.
Last (4th) wk, $1,091,256.

INDIANAPOLIS
Monty Python’s Spamalot (M) The Murat Center ($70; 2,621; $1,263,564) (5/7/07-5/13/07).
PW, $1,138,890 in Buffalo, NY.
Last (1st) wk, $1,020,807.

LOS ANGELES
Wicked
(M-3rd Co.) Pantages ($85; 2,703; $1,683,092) (2/10/07-OE).
PW, $1,566,240.
Last (14th) wk, $1,582,480.

MILWAUKEE, WIS.
Chicago
(M-2nd Co.) Milwakee Theater ($55; 2,497; $611,475) (5/11/06-5/13/07).
Last (1st) wk, $247,270 (5 perf).

SAN FRANCISCO
Jersey Boys (M-2nd Co.) Curran ($99; 1,599; $1,116,272) (12/3/06-OE).
PW, $593,891.
Last (24th) wk, $634,455.
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
(P-2nd Co.) Golden Gate Theater ($80; 1,574; $786,716) (4/9/07-OE).
PW, $421,344.
Last (5th) wk, $472,470.

SAN JOSE, CALIF.
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (M) San Jose PAC ($70; 2,450; $1,006,000) (5/1/07-5/13/07).
PW, $491,822.
Last (2nd) wk, $556,355.

TORONTO
The Phantom of the Opera (M) Princess of Wales Theater ($96/C$106; 1,960; US$1,109,916/C$1,219,036) (5/7/07-5/13/07).
Last (1st) wk, C$893,999/$813,700.

TULSA, OKLA.
Mamma Mia! (M-2nd Co.) Tulsa PAC ($65; 2,357; $988,840) (5/8/07-5/13/07).
PW, $689,335 in Nashville, Tenn.
Last (1st) wk, $977,789.

VANCOUVER
Chicago (M-2nd Co.) The Center ($77/C$85; 1,835; $234,540/C$257,690) (5/7/06-5/8/07).
PW, US$737,556/C$ 814,756
Last (2nd) wk, US$151,723/C$ 166,609 (2 perf).

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