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Broadway Grosses: South Pacific Ends Enchanted Run on High Note

Broadway Grosses: South Pacific Ends Enchanted Run on High Note
Paulo Szot & Kelli O'Hara in 'South Pacific'
'South Pacific' had much to sing about in its final week.

Lincoln Center Theater’s acclaimed production of South Pacific ended its long run on August 22 with a bang. The Tony-winning revival’s last week on the Great White Way earned a spot in the top five for capacity—coming in third to popular hits The Lion King and Wicked. With original stars Kelli O’Hara and Tony winner Paulo Szot returning for the show’s final bow and PBS airing a taped performance, South Pacific had much to sing about in its farewell week.

Here is a look at who was on top and who was not for the week ending August 22:

1. Wicked ($1,688,034)
2. The Lion King ($1,632,627)
3. The Addams Family ($1,125,749)
4. Mary Poppins ($1,052,470)
5. Billy Elliot ($1,039,995)

5. Rock of Ages ($511,836)
4. Fela! ($482,416)
3. Million Dollar Quartet ($450,851)
2. Next to Normal ($298,132)
1. Race ($274,787)

1. The Lion King (100.07%)
2. Wicked (100%)
3. South Pacific (99.96%)
4. Jersey Boys (98.16%)
5. Billy Elliot (95.69%)

UNDERDOGS (By Capacity)
5. West Side Story (73.53%)
4. Come Fly Away (70.21%)
3. American Idiot (64.08%)
2. Million Dollar Quartet (58.00%)
1. Race (49.02%)

Data provided by the Broadway League

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