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Road grosses

Eight of 11 shows pulled in more than $1 million, with “Mary Poppins” tallying north of $2 million in Week 32 (Jan. 2-8) to make it the week’s leader over perennial top grosser “Wicked.” Total box office fell by 13.86% after last week’s big holiday take and despite the return of “Mamma Mia!” Total gross for the week was $13,839,308.

The Lion King (M-1st Co.) The Hippodrome Theater ($85; 2,132; $1,278,324) (12/7/11-1/8/12).
PW, $1,531,590.
LW (5th), $1,258,583.

Memphis (M-1st Co.) Ovens Auditorium ($79.50; 2,361; $1,210,002) (1/3-1/8/12).
PW, $828,394, Pittsburgh.
LW (1st), $767,344.

Wicked (M-2nd Co.) Times-Union Center-Moran Theater ($77; 2,899; $1,488,304) (1/4/-1/22/12).
PW, $2,260,123 in Detroit.
LW (1st), $1,145,051.

Wicked (M-1st Co.) Pantages Theater ($97; 2,703; $1,814,106) (11/30/11-1/29/12).
PW, $2,175,277.
LW (6th), $1,891,546.

Mamma Mia! (M-1st Co.) Place Des Arts (C$89 ($86.53); 2,912; $1,529,220) (1/3-1/8/12).
LW (1st), $921,709.

Jersey Boys (M-2nd Co.) Forrest Theater ($250; 1,819; $1,750,100) (12/5/11-1/15/12).
PW, $1,825,285.
LW (5th), $1,617,700.

West Side Story (M-1st Co.) Keller Auditorium ($74.50; 2,992; $1,191,792) (1/3-1/8/12).
PW, $1,478,816 in Denver.
LW (1st), $1,039,778.

Les Miserables (M-1st Co.) The Majestic Theater ($75; 2,264; $1,085,308) (1/3/-1/8/12).
PW, $1,817,483 in Dallas.
LW (1st), $1,077,367.

Million Dollar Quartet (M-1st Co.) Straz Center for the Arts ($80; 2,610; $1,350,888) (1/3-1/8/12).
PW, $591,501 in Miami.
LW (1st), $891,280.

Mary Poppins (M-1st Co.) Princess of Wales Theater (C$130 ($126.39); 1,980; $1,998,040) (11/10/11-1/8/12).
PW, $2,047,240.
LW (9th), $2,040,510.

Jersey Boys (M-1st Co.) Natl. Theater ($250; 1,650; $1,601,020) (11/10/11-1/7/12).
PW, $1,510,286.
LW (9th), $1,188,440.

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