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Road grosses

Five of 10 shows pulled in more than $1 million in Week 33 (Jan. 9-15). Total box office fell by 24.36%, as “Mamma Mia!” staged a split week with perfs in Burlington, Vt., Concord, N.H., and Portland, Maine During its seventh week in L.A., “Wicked” was the top earner with $1.89 million in sales. Total gross for the week was $10,467,797.

Mamma Mia! (M-1st Co.) Flynn Center ($76.50; 1,368; $185,619) (1/15/12).
PW, $921,709 in Montreal.
LW (1st), $ 193,241.

Mamma Mia! (M-1st Co.) Capitol Center for the Arts ($100; 1,304; $162,464) (1/10-1/11/12).
PW, $921,709 in Montreal.
LW (1st), $167,235.

Million Dollar Quartet (M-1st Co.) Wharton Center for the Arts ($67; 2,420; $1,087,120) (1/10-1/15/12).
PW, $891,280 in Tampa, Fla.
LW (1st), $447,391.

Jersey Boys (M-1st Co.) Broward Center for the Arts ($150; 2,655; $1,343,484) (11/11-1/29/12).
PW, $1,188,440 in Washington, D.C.
LW (1st), $962,381.

Memphis (M-1st Co.) The Bushnell ($69; 2,781; $1,098,529) (1/10-1/15/12).
PW, $767,344 in Charlotte, N.C.
LW (1st), $657,950.

Wicked (M-2nd Co.) Times-Union Center-Moran Theater ($77; 2,899; $1,488,304) (1/4/-1/22/12).
PW, $1,145,051.
LW (2nd), $1,135,411.

Les Miserables (M-1st Co.) Tennessee Theater ($75; 1,591; $801,240) (1/11/-1/15/12).
PW, $1,077,367 in San Antonio.
LW (1st), $690,726.

Wicked (M-1st Co.) Pantages Theater ($97; 2,703; $1,814,106) (11/30/11-1/29/12).
PW, $1,891,546.
LW (7th), $1,882,400.

The Lion King (M-1st Co.) The Orpheum Theater ($97; 2,486; $1,487,524) (1/9-2/12/12).
PW, $1,258,583 in Baltimore.
LW (1st), $1,338,006

Jersey Boys (M-2nd Co.) Forrest Theater ($250; 1,819; $1,750,100) (12/5/11-1/15/12).
PW, $1,617,700.
LW (6th), $1,538,950.

Mamma Mia! (M-1st Co.) Merrill Auditorium ($63; 1,812; $423,604) (1/12-1/14/12).
PW, $921,709 in Montreal.
LW (1st), $393,068.

West Side Story (M-1st Co.) Paramount Theater ($108.75; 2,842; $1,268,568) (1/10-1/15/12).
PW, $1,039,778 in Portland, Ore.
LW (1st), $1,061,038.

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