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‘Peter’ pans out in Calif.

Road grosses

Road grosses rose 4.4% to $11,914,350 during Week 23 (Nov. 1-7).

The equity tour of “Evita” began during the week but did not release its figures. The San Francisco production of “White Christmas,” which also kicked off, did not release its figures due to technical difficulties, and will release the figures for its first two frames next week. Cathy Rigby’s “Peter Pan” tour, which began Sept 24, is reporting its figures for the first time (it earned $729,531 in San Jose). “Caroline, or Change” began at the Ahmanson in Los Angeles, pulling in $151,927 in three perfs. “Jesus Christ Superstar” went on hiatus.

ROAD GROSSES, WEEK 23: NOV. 1-7, 2004

BALTIMORE
Thoroughly Modern Millie
(M) New Hippodrome ($67; 2,270; $1,081,470) (11/1/04-11/14/04).
PW, $434,375 in Detroit.
Last (1st) wk, $596,326.
BOSTON
The Lion King
(M-2nd Co.) Opera House ($85; 2,542; $1,187,132) (7/16/04-12/26/04).
PW, $964,247 (7perf).
Last (17th) wk, $1,080,801.
CHICAGO
Scrooge
(M) Oriental ($71; 2,231; $909,878) (10/26/04-11/7/04).
PW, $291,917.
Last (2nd) wk, $428,238 (7perf).
CLEVELAND
The Phantom of the Opera
(M) Allen ($69; 2,452; $1,040,213) (10/5/04-11/7/04).
PW, $719,801.
Last (4th) wk, $903,497.
DALLAS
The Graduate
(P) Majestic ($70; 1,607; $700,212) (11/1/04-11/7/04).
PW, $169,241 (4perf) in Fayetteville, Ark.
Last (1st) wk, $326,393.
EAST LANSING, MICH.
Chicago
(M) Wharton PAC ($55; 2,418; $955,320) (11/2/04-11/7/04).
PW, $839,006 in Appleton, Wis.
Last (1st) wk, $750,718.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
The King and I
(M) Broward PAC ($64; 2,653; $1,072,492) (11/1/04-11/14/04).
PW, $425,669 in Rochester, N.Y.
Last (1st) wk, $557,569.
LAS VEGAS
Les Miserables
(M) Cashman ($80; 1,992; $852,096) (11/2/04-11/7/04).
PW, $968,800 in San Diego.
Last (1st) wk, $343,234.
LOS ANGELES
Caroline, or Change
(M) Ahmanson ($90; 1,600; $324,895) (11/4/04-12/26/04).
Last (1st) wk, $151,927(3perf).
PHILADELPHIA
Mamma Mia!
(M-2nd Co.) Forrest ($78; 1,793; $932,560) (10/18/04-11/14/04).
PW, $506,938.
Last (3rd) wk, $727,091.
RALEIGH, N.C.
The Producers
(M-1st Co.) Memorial Auditorium ($84; 2,257; $1,107,944) (11/1/04-11/7/04).
PW, $621,031 in Charlotte, N.C.
Last (1st) wk, $995,634.
SACRAMENTO
Movin’ Out
(M) Community Center ($65; 2,380; $1,012,720) (11/1/04-11/7/04).
PW, $735,078 in Los Angeles.
Last (1st) wk, $846,296.
SAN ANTONIO
Riverdance
(M) Majestic ($58; 2,273; $658,302) (11/3/04-11/7/04).
PW, $643,109 in Spokane, Wash.
Last (1st) wk, $488,014 (7perf).
SAN FRANCISCO
The Lion King
(M-1st Co.) Orpheum ($125; 2,125; $1,170,564) (1/29/04-11/21/04).
PW, $778,719.
Last (41st) wk, $969,465.
SAN JOSE, CALIF.
Peter Pan
(M) San Jose PAC ($70; 2,555; $1,175,000) (10/25/04-11/7/04).
PW, $588,930.
Last (2nd) wk, $729,531.
SEATTLE
Little Shop of Horrors
(M) Paramount ($61; 2,839; $1,205,386) (11/1/04-11/7/04).
PW, $434,357 in Salt Lake City.
Last (1st) wk, $646,595.
TORONT0
Hairspray
(M) Princess of Wales (C$94/$78; 1,986; C$954,400/$797,973) (4/8/04-11/28/04).
PW, C$640,000/$527,936.
Last (30th) wk, C$690,000/$576,909.
Mamma Mia! (M) Royal Alexandra (C$94/$78; 1,446; C$690,000/$576,909) (5/10/00-OE).
PW, C$550,000/$453,695.
Last (202nd) wk, C$530,000/$443,133.
TUCSON, ARIZ.
Hairspray
(M) Centennial Hall ($75; 2,464; $1,234,560) (10/26/04-11/07/04).
PW, $492,159.
Last (2nd) wk, $352,979.

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