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Broadway Grosses: Death of a Salesman Ends Record-Breaking Run

Broadway Grosses: Death of a Salesman Ends Record-Breaking Run
Andrew Garfield, Finn Winttrock, Philip Seymour Hoffman & Linda Emond in 'Death of a Salesman'
'Death of a Salesman' ends its run playing to full houses.

Most shows saw a dip in their receipts during a week where Wicked remained at the top spot. The Tony-nominated revival of Death of a Salesman played its final performance on June 2, breaking the house record at the Barrymore for the eight time during its limited run with $1,066,582 in sales. With the Tony Awards just around the corner, nominated musicals Newsies and Once are drawing in crowds. Newsies played to packed houses at 101.14% capacity, while Once continues to see its numbers climb, taking in a healthy $827,501.

Here's a look at who was on top and who was not for the week ending June 3:

1. Wicked ($1,802,133)
2. The Lion King ($1,781,682)
3. The Book of Mormon ($1,604,455)
4. Evita ($1,360,168)
5. Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark ($1,242,960)

5. The Columnist ($277,403)
4. Other Desert Cities ($260,834)
3. The Lyons ($207,654)
2. Don’t Dress for Dinner ($189,832)
1. Godspell ($168,049)

1. The Book of Mormon (102.63%)
2. Newsies (101.14%)
3. The Lion King (100.03%)
4. Death of a Salesman (99.75%)*
5. Wicked (98.52%)

UNDERDOGS (By Capacity)
5. End of the Rainbow (52.44%)
4. Godspell (51.55%)
3. Priscilla Queen of the Desert (51.52%)
2. Jesus Christ Superstar (51.11%)
1. The Lyons (43.86%)

*Number based on seven regular performances
Data Provided by the Broadway League.

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