NEW YORK — Broadway continued its spring upswing during Week 42 (March 13-19), with nearly every show seeing a jump in sales.

Total grosses climbed almost $1.2 million to $16,342,700. Attendance rose by about 13,500 to 221,424.

“The Producers” did particularly well ($908,403), up nearly $200,000 from the previous sesh. Tally reps a strong boost after the minor slump of the previous few weeks.

Also experiencing sizable bumps were “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” (up about $145,000 to $751,515), as well as “Beauty and the Beast” ($740,428) and “Chicago” ($604,616), both stepping up by more than $100,000.

“The Odd Couple” ($886,198) and “Jersey Boys” ($989,866) saw inconsequential dips, and the only show to drop significantly, “Bridge & Tunnel” ($119,495), had Sarah Jones’ bronchitis to blame. The star’s illness caused the cancellation of four of the week’s eight skedded perfs.

Another mark of a good week: Seven shows played to audiences at 100% capacity or greater. Besides “The Odd Couple,” the list includes “Wicked” ($1,338,102), “The Lion King” ($1,220,597), “Monty Python’s Spamalot” ($1,046,831), “Hairspray” ($736,849), “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” ($416,029) and “The Pajama Game” ($399,289).

Among the Rialto’s newer offerings, “Ring of Fire” ($269,398) didn’t burn up the box office after earning mixed reviews, and “Well” continues to build slowly, with its first eight-preview week bringing in $112,589.

The 19 musicals grossed $14,263,500 for 87.3% of the Broadway total, with attendance of 191,081 at 95.9% capacity.

The six plays grossed $2,079,200 for 12.7% of the Broadway total, with attendance of 30,343 at 73.8% capacity.

Average paid admission was $74.65 for musicals, $68.52 for plays and $73.81 for all shows.