Broadway box office for Week 9 (July 25-31) gave legiters little to talk about, as numbers generally held steady with seasonal tourism continuing to keep Main Stem traffic high.
Five of the nine shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 8 (July 18-24).
Ah, to be a well-established Broadway tourist-magnet in the summer.
"The Motherfucker With the Hat" muscled its way into Broadway's Top 10 in week 7 (July 11-17), with the final sesh of the Chris Rock starrer posting a B.O. spike thanks to last-minute biz.
Six of the 10 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 7 (July 11-17).
"The Book of Mormon" continued to ring in big bucks in Week 6 (July 4-10), with the tuner logging unusually large numbers for a show in one of the Main Stem's smaller musical houses.
Five of the nine shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 6 (July 4-10).
Barbecues, fireworks and summer weather helped distract theatergoers from Broadway during Week 5 (June 27-July 3, 2011), as a long Fourth of July weekend siphoned sales away.
Five of the nine shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 5 (June 27-July 3).
Tony-season attention seems to have helped guide ticketbuyers' choices in Week 3 (June 13-19), with the year's nommed fare seeing big B.O. boosts.