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Broadway held steady during Week 3 (June 11-17), as receipts totaled $13,283,321, a small 3.5% drop from the prior frame. Attendance of 229,680 was about 5% down week to week.
As debate continues to rage about the theater's planned overhaul and possible relocation, the Abbey Theater, Ireland's national theater, has made some key appointments.
Road grosses were down during Week 3 (June 11-17), dropping by 10.2% to $13,402,682. There were 21 shows on the boards, one fewer than the previous week; "Cabaret" left the chart to visit Japan.
"Urinetown!" will soon cross to the Henry Miller Theater but will not hold out for long.