Broadway grosses held steady during Week 9 (July 26-Aug. 1), with total grosses inching up a minuscule 0.04% to $15,168,615. Attendance of 266,029 was likewise in line with prior frame.
Road grosses continued on an even keel during Week 9 (July 26-Aug. 1). The total of $11,146,628 was off by just TK% from the prior frame.
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