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NEW YORK — Six of the 11 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 3 (June 13-19). “Mary Poppins” took the place of “West Side Story” in the millionaires club, and the Washington, D.C., production of “Wicked” broke the Kennedy Center’s house record as box office increased less than 1%. The Vancouver, B.C., production of “Wicked” once again took the weekly crown, with almost $1.9 million in sales. Total gross for the week was $11,483,104.

Jersey Boys (M-1st Co.) Fox Cities PAC ($85; 2,011, $1,285,732) (5/30-6/19/11).
PW, $1,175,282.
Last (3rd) wk, $1,168,936.

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Mamma Mia! (M-1st Co. – Split Week) Morrison Center for the Performing Arts ($63; 1,934, $335,370, 3 perfs) (6/14-6/16/11).
PW, $564,814 in San Jose, Calif.
Last (1st) wk, $296,860.

West Side Story (M-1st Co.) Colonial Theater ($115; 1,657, $980,172) (6/13-7/10/11).
PW, $1,133,156 in Buffalo, N.Y.
Last (1st) wk, $748,749.

Next to Normal (M-1st Co.) Palace Theater ($65; 2,658, $900,485) (6/7-6/19/11).
PW, $547,088.
Last (2nd) wk, $551,708.

The Lion King (M-1st Co.) Schuster Center ($96; 2,209; $1,291,886) (6/14-7/10/11).
PW, $1,614,642 in Toronto.
Last (1st) wk, $1,234,312.

Hair (M-1st Co.) Broward Center for the Performing Arts ($65; 2,652, $1,089,620) (6/7-6/26/11).
PW, $547,665.
Last (2nd) wk, $577,965.

Les Miserables (M-1st Co.) Ahmanson Theater ($104; 2,068; $1,369,914) (6/13-6/19/11).
PW, $1,070,091 in Tempe, Ariz.
Last (1st) wk, $1,231,927.

Mary Poppins (M-1st Co.) Community Center Theater ($76, 2,315, $1,267,833) (6/2-6/19/11).
PW, $939,067.
Last (3rd) wk, $1,046,254.

Mamma Mia! (M-1st Co. – Split Week) Capitol Theater ($68; 1,812, $509,723, 5 perfs) (6/17-6/19/11).
PW, $564,814 in San Jose, Calif.
Last (1st) wk, $457,341.

9 to 5 (M-1st Co.) Tulsa PAC ($65; 2,365; $1,063,780) (6/14-6/19/11).
PW, $681,869 in Oklahoma City.
Last (1st) wk, $647,371.

Wicked (M-2nd Co.) Queen Elizabeth Theater (C$99 ($102), 2,672, $1,920,161) (6/1-6/26/11).
PW, $1,793,819.
Last (3rd) wk, $1,856,756.

Wicked (M-1st Co.) Kennedy Center ($99, 2,296, $1,613,949) (6/15-8/21/11).
PW, $1,362,307 in Omaha, Neb.
Last (1st) wk, $1,664,925.

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