NEW YORK — Broadway grosses made a modest recovery from the usual Fourth of July holiday slump during Week 7 (July 7-13). The B.O. total rose by 3.3% to $13,268,805. Attendance, however, actually dipped by 1.2% to 200,013.
The majority of shows saw minor increases, with a few tuners taking five-figure leaps. “The Producers” topped the list, up by $104,057 to $919,713.
“Master Harold … and the Boys” ended its limited run at the Royale with an uptick of $61,572 to $308,994. “Avenue Q,” a transfer from Off Broadway’s Vineyard Theater, played its first three previews.
The 19 musicals grossed $11,731,433 for 88.4% of the Broadway total, with attendance of 172,867 at 87.5% of capacity.
The five plays grossed $1,537,372 for 11.6% of the Broadway total, with attendance of 27,146 at 74.2% of capacity.
Average ticket prices were $67.88 for musicals, $56.63 for plays and $66.34 for all shows.