Broadway definitely had a happy Easter as 19 shows played to houses of 90% capacity and more. Long-running, family-friendly hits Wicked and The Lion King both passed the $2 million mark. And while Broadway said farewell to Scarlett Johansson as Cat on a Hot Tin Roof played its final performance, plenty of new stars are now calling Broadway home: The Alec Baldwin-led Orphans began its run, as did Fiona Shaw's solo show The Testament of Mary and The Trip to Bountiful (starring Cicely Tyson, Vanessa Williams and Cuba Gooding Jr.)
Here's a look at who was on top and who was not for the weekend ending March 31:
FRONTRUNNERS (By Gross)
1. Wicked ($2,633,547)*
2. The Lion King ($2,385,081)*
3. Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark ($1,878,326)
4. The Book of Mormon ($1,2703,714)
5. The Phantom of the Opera ($1,562,855 )
UNDERDOGS (By Gross)
5. Ann ($286,869)
4. The Big Knife ($201,642)**
3. The Testament of Mary ($191,134)***
2. The Trip to Bountiful ($161,233)****
1. The Assembled Parties ($146,830)*****
FRONTRUNNERS (By Capacity)
1. Motown (103.59%)**
2. The Book of Mormon (102.63%)
3. Mamma Mia! (102.37%)
4. The Phantom of the Opera (101.69%)
5. Once (101.56%)
UNDERDOGS (By Capacity)
5. The Assembled Parties (74.88%)*****
4. The Big Knife (74.61%)**
3. The Testament of Mary (70.54%)***
2. Breakfast at Tiffany's (66.61%)
1. Ann (48.37%)
*Number based on nine regular performances.
**Number based on eight preview performances.
***Number based on six preview performances.
****Number based on two preview performances.
*****Number based on seven preview performances.
Data provided by the Broadway League