The effects of Hurricane Sandy lingered on Broadway as yet another storm (this time a snow-dumping Nor'easter!) hit New York causing many shows' numbers to remain significantly down from previous weeks. That didn't affect The Book of Mormon's receipts though as audiences continue to pack in the Eugene O'Neill Theatre. The holidays have officially arrived on the Great White Way as yuletide tuners A Christmas Story and Elf began performances. The Katie Holmes-led comedy Dead Accounts also began previews this week, as did Lincoln Center's revival of Golden Boy.
Here's a look at who was on top and who was not for the week ending November 11:
FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross)
1. The Book of Mormon ($1,627,820)
2. The Lion King ($1,506,572)
3. Wicked ($1,506,283)
4. Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark ($1,077,972)
5. Glengarry Glen Ross ($991,322)*
UNDERDOGS (By Gross)
5. The Mystery of Edwin Drood ($236,602)**
4. The Performers ($182,143)
3. Scandalous ($181,738)
2. An Enemy of the People ($133,315)
1. Golden Boy ($88,644)
FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity)
1. The Book of Mormon (102.63%)
2. Glengarry Glen Ross (98.76%)
3. Rock of Ages (93.59%)
4. Elf (91.32%)***
5. The Lion King (91.27%)
UNDERDOGS (By Capacity)
5. Chaplin (62.11%)
4. Dead Accounts (59.29%)*
3. Peter and the Starcatcher (53.03%)
2. Bring It On (50.66%)
1. Grace (46.92%)
*Number based on seven preview performances.
**Number based on eight preview performances.
***Number based on five preview performances.
Data provided by the Broadway League