Some recovered fully, others did not.

While most shows rebounded last week from the Aug. 14 blackout, many did not find their receipts back at the heady highs set early in the month.

Last week, 23 shows produced a tally of $13,670,434, up $1,548,389 or 12.77% from that electricity-challenged previous session. The lights were back on, but no cigar: This frame last year, the tally was $13.69 million.

For the week of Aug. 18-24, paid attendance came to 199,682, off about 25,000 from 2002.

Last week, a few lucky shows were back at their pre-blackout B.O. levels, if not actually scoring a little higher dollarwise. These included “Aida” ($786,527); “Avenue Q” ($338,256); “Big River” ($258,249); “Chicago” ($691,568); “The Lion King” ($1,133,745), “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” ($684,542); “Mamma Mia!” ($1,027,730); “Nine” ($775,898); and “Hairspray” ($1,090,279), which recorded a phenomenal $94.31 average-price ticket.

‘Man’ ready to wrap

In its penultimate session, “Man of La Mancha” ($629,914) also looked pretty spruce, up $127,922. Making up for Aug. 14, the revival will add a perf Sunday evening, its final date.

So much for the really good news.

Despite the benefit of a full eight-perf sked, neither “Enchanted April” ($115,327) nor “Take Me Out” ($257,951) improved coming off the truncated blackout week. Each fell by four figures.

A few shows managed only meager improvements. Up $25,506, “The Producers” ($820,437) saw its capacity shrink to 75.9%. Four-figure upticks didn’t do much for either “Movin’ Out” ($694,754) or “Beauty and the Beast” ($593,309), which did manage to beat its numbers this timeframe a year ago.

Elsewhere below the top 10, there were five-figure increases registered at “Cabaret” ($330,692); “Phantom of the Opera” ($632,382); “Rent” ($386,059); “Urinetown” ($282,497); and “Thoroughly Modern Millie” ($581,824), which fell to the No. 15 slot, its lowest position on the chart to date.

After 365 perfs, “Say Goodnight Gracie” ($123,269) closed Sunday, its receipts rising $53,665 on the news.

Broadway shuffle

Two Broadway shows set dates for their respective opening nights, while another moved its back a week.

Starring Farrah Fawcett, “Bobbi Boland” will begin previews Oct. 31 and open Nov. 24 at the Cort.

The revival of “Wonderful Town” will perform its first preview Nov. 4 and open Nov. 23 at the Al Hirschfeld.

Doug Wright’s “I Am My Own Wife” pushes its whole sked back a week. Previews now will start Nov. 11, with a Broadway preem set for Dec. 3 at the Lyceum. “Wife” star Jefferson Mays landed a part in the new “Alfie” remake starring Jude Law and is off to London for filming the role of Dr. Culp before making his Broadway debut as the cross-dressing Charlotte von Mahlsdorf.

There’s even a bit of gender-switching in Mays’ new film work: Eleanor Bron essayed the role of the doctor in the original 1966 movie starring Michael Caine.