Overall Broadway sales declined in Week 49 (April 25-May 1) following the Easter-week spike the prior sesh, but a number of plays, including "War Horse," actually gained some steam, and tuner "The…
Four of the 10 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 48 (April 18-24).
A spring holiday that included Passover and Easter added up to major Broadway B.O. during Week 48 (April 18-24), with sales shooting up at the majority of shows, and 11 productions pulling in weekly…
A trio of queens became box office royalty, a jet-age swindler's show took off despite downbeat reviews, and auds finally started noticing that guy in the hat on Broadway in Week 47 (April 11-17).
Four of the 11 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 47 (April 11-17).
Broadway maintained a seasonal spring in its step in Week 46 (April 4-10), with the healthy sales of a trio of newly opened productions helping to keep the Street's overall totals robust.
Just three of the 11 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 46 (April 4-10). Overall box office was down nearly 5%, despite the return of "9 to 5" to the mix, with a number of high-grossing…
The spring-break boom dwindled in Week 45 (March 28-April 3), but additions to the Broadway slate and the spiraling momentum of a couple of just-opened shows helped keep the overall sales tally…
Five of the 11 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 45 (March 28-April 3).
The Museum of the Moving Image will honor NBC's Brian Williams and Scripps Networks' Ken Lowe as part of its annual education fund-raiser.
New York The overall Broadway cume held steady in Week 44 (March 21-27) with a robust tally, but the trend at individual shows was largely downward in what will likely prove to be the final frame of…
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