Five boost road grosses

Road grosses

NEW YORK — Five of the 11 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 51. Overall box office increased more than 14%, driven by huge upticks at “Mamma Mia!” and “Les Miserables.” “The Lion King” continued to lead all shows with $1.5 million in sales, while the Boise, Idaho, production of “Wicked” set a house record. The total gross for the week was $10,845,622.

BOISE, IDaho
Wicked (M-2nd Co.) Morrison Center ($83, 1,944, $1,167,360) (5/4-5/15/11).
PW, $1,251,193.
Last (2nd) wk, $1,272,121.

BUFFALO, N.Y.
Wicked (M-1st Co.) Shea’s PAC ($75, 3,019, $1,538,884) (4/25-5/22/11).
PW, $1,445,179.
Last (3rd) wk, $1,471,440.

CLEVELAND
West Side Story (M-1st Co.) Palace Theater ($75; 2,658, $1,096,340) (5/3-5/15/11).
PW, $892,563.
Last (2nd) wk, $966,961.

COSTA MESA, CAlif.
9 to 5 (M-1st Co.) Orange County PAC ($80; 2,977; $1,386,020) (5/10-5/15/11).
PW, $480,447 in Denver.
Last (1st) wk, $470,542.

DURHAM, N.C.
Hair (M-1st Co.) Durham PAC ($68; 2,683, $1,118,260) (5/10-5/15/11).
PW, $568,368 in Schenectady, N.Y.
Last (1st) wk, $719,440.

HOUSTON
Mamma Mia! (M-1st Co.) Hobby Center ($72, 2,637, $1,129,942) (5/10-5/15/11).
PW, $426,386 in Ames, Iowa; Columbia, Mo.; and McAllen, Texas.
Last (1st) wk, $1,058,813.

MADISON, WIs.
Les Miserables (M-1st Co.) Overture Center ($75; 2,214; $1,021,848) (5/10-5/15/11).
PW, $534,878 in Fayetteville, Ark.
Last (1st) wk, $903,558.

ST. LOUIS
Jersey Boys (M-1st Co.) Fox Theater ($127; 4,126, $2,063,524) (5/9-5/7/11).
PW, $1,093,359 in Minneapolis.
Last (1st) wk, 6 perfs, $994,331.

ST. PAUL, Minn.
Next to Normal (M-1st Co.) Ordway Center ($80, 1,938, $1,054,844) (5/10-5/22/11).
PW, $677,308 in Chicago.
Last (1st) wk, $677,308.

SEATTLE
Mary Poppins (M-1st Co.) Paramount Theatre ($82, 2,881, $1,228,811, 6 perfs) (5/12-5/29/11).
PW, $579,593 in Columbus, Ohio.
Last (1st) wk, $677,176.

TORONTO
The Lion King (M-1st Co.) Princess of Wales Theater (C$120 ($123); 1,955; $1,600,096) (4/19-6/12/11).
PW, $1,534,904.
Last (4th) wk, $1,539,377.

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