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B.O. up; S.F. ‘Aida’ 496g

'Mamma' scores another $1 mil in Windy City

NEW YORK — Box office for road shows inched upward to $10,739,948 during Week 10 (July 30-Aug. 5), an increase of .9%.

“Mamma Mia!” had another $1 million week in Chicago. “Aida” moved to San Francisco, where it took $496,684 of a potential $930,996.

“Kiss Me, Kate” opened at the Kennedy Center, nabbing $769,449 of a potential $1,042,613.

Estimates for last week:

ROAD GROSSES WEEK 10 (7/30/01-8/5/01)

ATLANTA

Smokey Joe’s Cafe (M) Fox ($47; 4,514; $1,169,961) (7/31/01-8/5/01).

Last (1st) week,$578,013.

CHICAGO

Mamma Mia! (M) Cadillac Palace ($75.50; 2,344; $1,107,069)(5/18/01/-8/11/01).

PW, $933,140

Last (10th) wk,$1,069,196.

DENVER

Cinderella(M) Buell ($55; 2,808; $1,008,240) (7/31/01-8/5/01).

PW, $722,902 in Houston

Last (1st) wk,$694,609.

LOS ANGELES

The Lion King(M) Pantages ($125 VIP package; 2,703; $1,441,739)(10/1/00-OE).

PW, $1,425,710

Last (45th) wk,$1,367,282.

Contact(M) Ahmanson ($72.50; 1662; $740,325) (6/26/01-9/2/01).

PW, $632,108.

Last (6th) wk,$648,230.

MEMPHIS, TENN.

A Chorus Line(M-R) Orpheum ($55; 2,453; $739,120) (7/31/01-8/5/01).

Last (1st) wk,$537,513.

PEORIA, ILL.

Les Miserables(M- B&T- 3rd Co.) Peoria Civic Center ($55; 2,133; $829,349)(7/30/01-8/5/01).

PW $663,790 in Milwaukee, Wisc.

Last (1st) wk,$717,162.

PITTSBURGH

South Pacific (M-R) Benedum ($42; 2,819; $685,705) (7/24/01-7/29/01)

PW, $448,351.

Last (2nd) week,$469,345.

SAN ANTONIO, TEX

The Phantom of the Opera(M-3rd Co.) Majestic ($65; 2,398; $1,000,250) (7/24/01-8/18/01).

PW, $876,710 in Indianapolis.

Last (2nd) wk,$876,710.

SAN FRANCISCO

Aida(M) Orpheum ($74; 2,203; $930,996)(7/30/01-9/2/01).

PW, $587,694 in Salt Lake City.

Last (1st) week,$496,684.

SPOKANE, WASH.

Beauty and the Beast(M 3rd Co.) Spokane Opera House ($60; 2,618; $1,104,140)(8/1/01-8/12/01)

PW, $429,432 in Boise, Idaho.

Last (1st) wk,$684,654

TORONTO

The Full Monty(M) Elgin (C$97.35/$62.30; 1,522; C$858,469/$549.420)(5/22/01-8/5/01)

PW, C$601,502 ($396,991).

Last (10th) wk, C$580,770 ($383,308).

The Lion King(M) Princess of Wales (C$115/$76; 1,986; C$1,352,382/$895,142)(3/30/00-OE).

PW, C$1,351,680 ($892,108) sold out.

Last (68th) wk, C$1,351,592 ($892,050) sold out.

Mamma Mia!(M) Royal Alexandra (C$93/$62; 1,446; C$807,986/$534,806)(5/10/00- OE).

PW, C$842,088 ($555,778) sold out.

Last (62st) wk, C$842,035 ($555,743) sold out.

WASHINGTON, DC.

Kiss Me Kate (M-R) Kennedy Center ($76; 2,185; $1,042,613)(7/31/01-8/5/01)

Last (1st) wk,$769,449.

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